Señorío de Peciña Tinto Cosecha


Bodegas Hermanos de Peciña is firmly planted in the old school camp. Although the estate was started only in 1992, its founder, Pedro Peciña had worked for over 20 years prior to that as the head agronomist for La Rioja Alta, learning all facets of production and especially the planting and managing of all the estate’s vineyards. The Peciña winery and vineyards are located in San Vicente, which while technically in the Rioja Alta sub-zone, is not in the vicinity of Haro where most of the other traditional Rioja houses have their cellars. Rather it is located on the northeast side of the Ebro river near the border of the Basque Alavesa zone. These vineyards  – many 40 to 60 years old – are actually some of the finest in the appellation as they fall at the foothills of the Sierra Cantabria Mountains at an average of 500 meters, and offer hillside expositions as well as complex and diverse soils. Many of Peciña’s most prized vineyards are actually on north facing slopes which Pedro feels helps give the wines good freshness and delineation.

Serve with aperitif, Charcuterie, Cured cheeses, Smoked foods




Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Colour Bright garnet red
Nose Fruity aromas of plums and blackberries, black fruits
Palate Balsamic notes, good acidity, fresh and pleasant to drink. Lots of fruity nuances

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety 95% Tempranillo, 3% Graciano, 2% Garnacha Tinta
Alcohol % 13.5%
Style Young fruity Red Rioja
Estate/Producer Hermanos Peciña
Country Spain
Region Rioja
Vintage 2021
Vinification The grapes are destemmed and crushed and macerated for 3-4 days before fermentation begins naturally with the wild yeast on the skins. Fermentation then continues for 10-12 days more. Aged in stainless steel with racking to another tank at 6 months. No oak aging. The wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. They are also not cold stabalized.
Closure Natural Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Drink within 5 years after harvest

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