David Perica Rioja 2015
Balsamic Notes, Black Fruit, Full – Round, Intense Aromas, Structured
DOCA Rioja Alta
Vivid deep ruby red wine, with aromatic intensity, pepper, licorice and cocoa notes on black fruit background and balsamic notes. On the palate it is round, well structured, balanced with every nuances of the grape and the oak.
Ideal match to vegetables and juicy meat: lamb, roasts, game, and aged cheese.
Serving temperature: 16-18 C
Manual harvest in boxes, from the oldest vineyards of the Bodegas. Grapes sorted in the Bodegas premises through advanced selection technology. Both alchoolic and manolactic fermentation take place in 6500 liters French oak vats.
Aged for 12-14 months in French oak barrels and bottle aged for at least 10 months.
Yearly production: 20,000 bottles.
Bodegas Perica is a Family winery with strong traditional values that was originated in 1912. We have over 140 acres of vineyards in the best areas of Rioja Alta, controlling in this way the total production of the vineyard and careful development of the cellar process.
The quality of our soil and the perfect acclimatizacion of different grape varieties are the reasons why the Rioja Alta is regarded as an indisputable international level for all great wines lovers.
Our vineyards in full in this part of our province provide a unique raw material with which to build our award-winning wines.
Our vineyard emblem, The Olagosa, which gives name to our aged wines, is the logistical center of our strategy, very convenientily located in San Asensio, center of the Rioja Alta.
We have over 140 acres of vineyards in the best areas of Rioja Alta, controlling in this way the total production of the vineyard and careful development of the cellar process.
The American wine critic James Suckling, considered by Forbes magazine as one of the most influential wine critics in the world, has just released the scores of Spanish wines tasted during the year 2018, elaborating a list with more than 2.500 references, among which Bodegas Perica is present with more than 90 points.
So, our David Perica has been scored with 93 points, a wine “nicely focused red plums and blueberries on the nose. Sappy, succulent and juicy palate with plenty of lively tannins and bright, fleshy black cherries and plums.Tangy, energetic finish”, as James Suckling has described in his report.
Perica Oro has scored 92 points and according to him it is a wine “concentrated, mature-berry character, generous tannins and a discreet hint of sweetness that make this an appealing wine with along, fresh finish.”
In addition, both the Perica Viña Olagosa crianza and the Perica Viña Olagosa reserva have been rated with 90 points.