Little about López de Heredia has changed in the more than 130 years since its founding. It occupies the same historic cellars and unlike most of their competitors, which are now owned by outside investors, López de Heredia is owned, and every detail of its operation is handled by, the family who founded it. The Tondonia vineyard, of López de Heredia is the most spectacular in Haro. Situated in a shell - like depression in the terrain, alongside the Ebro river which borders the Basque Rioja, it makes up a landscape of alluvium, limestone and poplars. Although this is a wine from 2008, it is rich in flavor, dark fruit, tobacco and vanilla complimented by firm tannins.
Pairing: Braised Lamb, slowed roast beef, a big fat juicy burger
Grapes: Tempranillo (75%), Garnacho (15%), Graciano and Mazuelo (10%), all from our own vineyards.
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