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Botella Cosecha 1973 Viña Valoria

Viña Valoria

Origin: The grapes have been carefully selected from Rioja Alta in the town of Fuenmayor.

Winemaking: Fermented with whole grape and natural decanting. Bottled 6 month before being sold in order to finish the aging process.

Tasting notes: Garnet colour with copper rim. Aroma of spices, vainilla and ripe ...


Botella Rosado Viña Valoria

Viña Valoria

Origin: This wine is the result of the best selection of Tempranillo grapes, from vineyard located in Rioja Alta, in the town of Fuenmayor.

Winemaking: Tempranillo grapes macerate at low temperature with its own skins for several hours; this ensures that the wine acquires its characteristic and attractive pink colour, keeping the freshness ...


Botella Crianza Viña Valoria

Viña Valoria

Origin: La Rioja Alta, in the town of Fuenmayor, is the place where the different varieties of grapes that are present in this wine have been selected: Tempranillo, Graciano and Mazuelo.

Winemaking: After selecting the best bunches, smalls with loose and small grain, the alcoholic fermentation is carried out at a controlled ...


Breaking News

A new boost for Bodegas Valoria

Navarro López, a family-run Valdepeñas winery has acquired Viña Valoria, S.A., one of the oldest and best-known companies of the Rioja Designation of Origin (DOC) Rioja.


Navarro López acquires Bodegas Valoria for ?2.4 million

The family-run winery Navarro López, based in Valdepeñas (Ciudad Real), has recently acquired Viña Valoria, S.A.



Japan Wine Challenge, Medalla debronce 2009Coccours Mondial, Bruxelles, Grandemédaille d´OrVinales Internationales, Enologues de France13 Berliner Trophy, Grosser Berliner gold 2009Concurso Internacionalde Vinos, Baccus de Oro 2004International Wine Challenge, Medallabronce 2004Der Grosse Internationale, WeinpreisGrosses Gold 2010Spanish Wines foeAsia, Medalla de plataIWCS, Medalla de bronce 2008Vinales Internationales, Enologues de France, Vinales d´Or 2009AWC Vienna, Medalla plata 2010