Signature wines or ‘vinos de autor’ is an expression in Spain to describe those that follow a winery’s or a winemaker’s patterns rather than those typical or traditional in their area. Versum’s base is a traditional Rioja combination of tempranillo with some graciano to add extra aromas, freshness (acidity) and colour. But a very natural winemaking process with minimum oak flavour contribution during the ageing process and negligible intervention result in a renovated Rioja style.
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Wine name: Marqués de Terán Versum
Type of wine: Red
Vintage year: 2014
Grape varieties: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Graciano
Winery: Marqués de Terán
Production area: Ollauri, La Rioja
Appellation: DOCa Rioja (Rioja Alta)
Alcohol content (Vol.): 14%
Wood ageing: 10 months
Barrel wood: French oak
Winemaking: Lime and clay soil with an average altitude of 700m. Hand picking of grapes using 17kg boxes. The entire harvest goes through screening. Destemming without crushing the grapes. Pre-fermentative cryomaceration between 5-6 ° C for 6 days. Alcoholic fermentation at 27 ° C for 30 days.
Colour: Cherry red
Rim: Purple red
Body: Full bodied
NOSE AND PALATE AROMAS
Blackberry, cherry, black pepper, clove, peat
Berrylike, spicy, lush, velvety, deep, round, elegant
- 92 points. Rioja Special Report by Tim Atkin 2017
- 91 points. Wine Spectator 2017
- Silver medal. Mundus Vini 2016
|Grape varieties||Tempranillo, Graciano|