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Bodegas Zuazo Gaston "chuletillas" the local tradition with Tempranillo -- Rioja


Isidro Milagro
Since 2001 this family winery has been producing top quality wines. Located in the southeast part of Rioja, the vines from their 75 hectare estate average 20-50 years old.

5 Oros Seleccionada Rioja
Grapes: 100% Garnacha
Alcohol: 14% vol.
Appearance: Violet-red
Nose: Cedar, ripe blackberry.
Palate: Bold, dark cherry flavors with spicy tannins and hints of chocolate.

5 Oros Seleccionada Rioja - Info Sheet
5 Oros Seleccionada Rioja - Shelf Talker

Zuazo Gaston

The vineyards of Zuazo Gaston are located on 52 hectares in the Oyón region within the DOC Rioja.

Zuazo Gaston G7 Madurado Tempranillo
Grapes: Tempranillo
Alcohol: 13 % vol.
Appearance:  Red with purple hues
Nose:  Summer plums with black cherries.
Palate:  Warm plum and raspberries, soft tannins with integrated acid.  Fresh and fruity.
Pairing: Grilled lamb, pork skewers, fresh fruit salads, grilled pineapple, polenta and stews.

Zuazo Gaston G7 Madurado Tempranillo - Info Sheet

Zuazo Gaston G7 Madurado Tempranillo - Shelf Talker

Zuazo Gaston Rioja Reserva
Viniculture: Aged for 20 months new French & American oak
Alcohol: 13% vol.
Appearance: Vibrant ruby color
Nose: Rich & spicy aromas.
Palate: Silky mouth feel with notes of dark fruits & spice that lasts through the lingering finish.  Pairs well with roasts, games, red meats & hard cheeses.

Zuazo Gaston Rioja Reserva - Info Sheet
Zuazo Gaston Rioja Reserva - Shelf Talker

Zuazo Gaston Finca Costanillas
The winery's top wine, made exclusively from old vines.
Grapes: 95% Tempranillo & 5% Graciano
: Aged for 9 months in French oak.
Alcohol: 13.5% vol.
Appearance: Vibrant ruby color
Nose: Powerful aromas of fruit & wood.
Palate: Complex & balanced to the test. Fresh acidity & agreeable tannins.
Pairing: Game meats, roasts, stews & cheeses.

Zuazo Gaston Finca Costanillas Rioja - Info Sheet
Zuazo Gaston Finca Costanillas Rioja - Shelf Talker

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Weingut Castelfeder -- Alto Adige

From the photo, you might think this wine region is in southern Germany or maybe Austria, but it's actually northern-most Italy in the area formerly known as Südtirol (a part of Austria until WWI), now known as Alto Adige. Bi-lingual and bi-cultural, it's Italy with a strong Austrian influence. On her first visit to Seattle, Ines Giovanett (daughter of Günther Giovanett, owner of the Castelfeder Winery) laughingly said: "I wear a dirndl! I eat knödel!" More on Ines & her family's winery>

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