OSTATU Tinto 2018
  • OSTATU Tinto 2018
  • OSTATU Tinto 2018

Ostatu Tinto 2018

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Wine-maker: Iñigo Sáenz de Samaniego

Vineyard management: Ernesto Sáenz de Samaniego/ Iñigo Sáenz de Samaniego

Region: D.O.C Rioja, Sub-zone Rioja Alavesa.

Vintage: 2015

Vintage Classification: Very Good (provissional)

Market release: December 2015

Vineyards and terrain:

The grapes come from our youngest plots, and are within a 6 km. radius from the winery, in the districts of Samaniego, Laguardia, and Elciego, at altitudes of between 450 m and 600 m above sea level. A combination of calcareous/clay and stony soils, with the subsoil made up of various layers of white rock.

Climate:

  • Mediterranean climate with strong Atlantic influence.
  • Extreme winter-summer contrast.
  • Precipitation: 684,1 litres.
  • Ave. Temp.: min 7,72°C / max 18,08°C / average 12,5°C.
  • Average temperature of the soil: 12,99ºC

The vineyards:

  • 92% Tempranillo, 2% Viura and 6% Graciano y Mazuelo.
  • Between 12 and 25 years old vineyards.
  • Plantation density: 3.000 vines/hectare.
  • Goblet and double cord pruning.
  • Production: 6.000-6.500 kg/hectare.
  • Hand harvested and taken to the winery in small trailer loads during 21st September to 7th October.

Wine-Making:

Strict carbonic maceration of the whole grapes in stainless steel vats. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel vats at a maximum temperature of 25°C with gentle stirring. The wine is then kept in the vats until it is bottled. Lightly filtered.

Analysis:

  • Alcohol 14,13 %
  • Total Acidity 5,83 gr/l
  • PH 3,70
  • Volatile Acidity 0,38 gr/l
  • Production: 145.000 bottles (75 cl)

 

OSTATU TINTO 2018

 

Winegrowers & winemakers:

Sáenz de Samaniego Family

Region:

D.O.C Rioja, Sub-zone Rioja Alavesa.

Vintage:

2018

Vintage Classification:

Very Good

Market release:

December 2018

 

Vineyards and terrain:

The grapes come from our youngest plots, and are within a 6 km. radius from the winery, in the districts of Samaniego, Laguardia, and Elciego, at altitudes of between 450 m and 600 m above sea level. A combination of calcareous/clay and stony soils, with the subsoil made up of various layers of white rock.

 

Climate:

Mediterranean climate with strong Atlantic influence. Extreme winter-summer contrast.

Precipitation: 734,8 litres.

Ave. Temp.: min 8°C / max 18,39°C / average 12,65°C.

Winkler index: 1552,5ºC

Rainy days: 149. Frozy mornings: 31

Average temperature of the soil: 13,72ºC

 

The vineyards:

92% Tempranillo, 2% Viura and 6% Graciano y Mazuelo.

Between 12 and 25 years old vineyards.

Plantation density: 3.000 vines/hectare.

Goblet and double cord pruning.

Production: 6.800 kg/hectare. 

Hand harvested and taken to the winery in small trailer loads from October 12th to 28h.

 

Wine-Making:

Strict carbonic maceration of the whole grapes in stainless steel vats. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel vats at a maximum temperature of 24°C with gentle stirring. For this wine we use the traditional grape treading. The wine is then kept in the vats until it is bottled. Lightly filtered.

 

Analysis:

Alcohol                         

Total Acidity

PH      

Volatile Acidity

Total SO2

 

13,14 %

5,92 gr/l         

3,68

0,22 gr/l

21 mg/l

 

Tasting notes:

‘Picota’ cherry colour with violet reflections. In the nose brings us memories of ripened red and black fruits, light citrus sign, flower petals and balsamic fragrance are rounding the set. Firm perfume of fruit and marked sign of the carbonic maceration process. In the mouth it is greedy, enveloping, with great personality.

 

Production:

155.000 bottles (75 cl)