Ruda Cardinal, the new creation
Viña Ruda, a pioneer in producing wines with the technique called "Tempranillo Infusion" bodega, launches its first varietal Syrah and increases its product portfolio under the same name, made so far by a young Airen, a fermented in barrel airén the Tempranillo -the only of which is made with the concept quoted, and assembly of Tempranillo and Syrah.

Therefore, it is the first single that sells the signing of the town of Ciudad Real Tomelloso, once it has aged in American oak barrels and French for twelve months and after passing through bottle, even if you expect more travel because talk about a so-called "wine for aging" will win bottled in the coming years, although it can also consume now.

The new Viña Ruda Syrah is the vintage 2012 and his first shows have just gone 9,000 bottles, since the total capacity of the cellar, with 50 oak barrels (80% French and 20% American) is as only 50,000 units of high quality.


As for his tasting notes, given presents an intense, deep cherry red color with purple trim and reflexes; while nose and roasted balsamic aging cycle are combined with interesting notes of red and black berries, especially blueberries aya black plums. The palate is silky and velvety and perfectly fruity notes of Syrah with notes of wood.

Because of his long stay in casks, decanting or prior airy recommended for the wine to show its full potential or stored in an aseptic place, controlled and absence of light temperature to preserve all its organoleptic characteristics.

Viña Ruda, which has 15 hectares of vineyards of Tempranillo, Syrah and Airen varieties, is a young and active winery that started in 2006 and is now a world leader in wines called "infusion" a technique which has led to three years of research with three universities -Castilla-La Mancha, Navarra and Zaragoza and with seeking out a better performance for skins and multiple aromatic advantages obtained with this method.

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