Red Wine Rioja San Vicente 2014 Guía Peñín: 95 points Robert Parker: 92 points Guía Proensa: 99 points What products can we be matched? St. Vincent is a Red Wine made with a grape native practically extinct, the Tempranillo Hairy: a grape of low productivity, but with unique properties and unique characteristics. It is a red wine perfect for pairing with dishes of game hunting and pen with red meat, grills, roasts, stews and traditional blue cheeses and cured. Señorío de San Vicente Señorío de San Vicente is a project of the Eguren family, which points to the development of a unique wine from a single vineyard (finca La Canoca) and made with a single grape variety. In this way, the Lordship of St. Vincent seeks to recover a local variety almost extinct: tempranillo hairy. The winery is located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra, a town with an enclave and a few favorable conditions for the production of this wine, which is situated between the Sierra de Cantabria and on the banks of the river Ebro. St. Vincent 2014 is a red wine aged for 20 months in new barrels of French oak (80%) and american (20%). The process of fermentation is carried out for ten days, with two pumping over per day, and under a temperature of between 28 and 30 ° C. The maceration is done with skins for 14 days: during the first eight days were carried out by two stirred daily, then reduced the frequency of the pumping over and the process ends with a return to soft every two days. Tasting note View: cherry Color with edge maroon. Nose: hints of ripe fruit, spices, aromas, earthy and roasted notes typical of the ageing in casks. - Mouth: the wine Is powerful, tasty, with roasted flavors and ripe tannins.