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Iñigo Amézola Tinto 2015

D.O.C.: La Rioja

Grape Variety: Single vineyard 100% Tempranillo

Aging: 10 months in American and French oak barrels

92 Points


Íñigo is a varietal Tempranillo that comes from the San Quiles vineyard at 550 metres above the winery. First made in 2011, but omitted in 2013, this is a more international style, with malolactic in barrel and 100% new wood. Scented and intense with good balance and a welcome lightness of touch. 2022-30

Iñigo Amézola Blanco Reserva 2012

D.O.C.: La Rioja

Grape Variety: 100% Viura

Aging: Barrel fermented and aged for 6 months in French oak barrels

94 Points


This impressive, all-Viura white comes from Amézola's Finca María Antonieta. Sourced from sandy soils close to the Ebro River, it's fermented in new French oak but the wood is deftly folded into the wine. Rich, honeyed, leesy and textured, with subtle beeswax and lavender notes and amazing freshness, vitality and palate length. 2019-24

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