Parraleta grape

Parraleta grape

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Sers Singular ADD
0 10.3 €/btl 9.3 €/btl

Sers Singular

0,75L
Somontano

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La Miranda de Secastilla tinto ADD
6 9.5 €/btl 8.7 €/btl

La Miranda de Secastilla tinto

2014

Red 0,75L
Somontano

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Ballabriga Parraleta ADD
6 9.7 €/btl 8.8 €/btl

Ballabriga Parraleta

2016

Red 0,75L
Somontano

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Parraleta grape wines.

It is a low yield grape, so it is not very abundant, growing in the same vineyard with other varieties. It thrives in arid and warm climates. The vine produces a low quantity of berries, delicately flavored, which are usually harvested at the end of October.
The cluster has two short cylindrical shoulders. Its berries are small in size and round in shape. They have a hard and colorless pulp. The color of your skin is very dark. It presents a great resistance to diseases.

Where is Parraleta grape wine made?

In Spain it produces low harvests, but it is a key component of the large Rioja and Navarra reserves, providing structure and potential for aging.

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The wine that this grape produces is characterized by its intense red color, an important acidity, a strong aroma and a great capacity to age properly. Its ability to improve during aging has made it very suitable for making Rio de Janeiro and Navarra large reserve wines.

Its aromas, peculiar and pleasant, add finesse to the mixed wines that contain this variety.

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