Allende Double Magnum 2007

Double Magnum Volume


£68.81 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2007 Other vintages
2010 and 2009
Appellation:Rioja (La Rioja, Spain)
Winery: Finca Allende
Volume: 300cl Other volumes
Grapes: Graciano, Malvasía, Tempranillo, Viura
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13.5%
The Allende Double Magnum 2007 is a red wine from Rioja produced by Finca Allende produced with viura, tempranillo, malvasía and graciano from the 2007 vintage and has an alcohol content of 13.5%. The Allende Double Magnum 2007 is the ideal red to combine with cheddar cheese and grilled meats.

Elaboration of Allende Double Magnum 2007

Allende Double Magnum 2007 (Graciano, Malvasía, Tempranillo and Viura)

TASTING NOTES OF Allende Double Magnum 2007:

  • View: intense cherry, purple hues.
  • Nose: fruity sensations (blackberry, blueberry, black fruit) on a perfectly integrated oak aging, feelings of cedar and snuff tones.
  • Mouth: Serious and lively with great balance and power, large and tasty, fruity freshness and elegant structure of an aged wine.


VINEYARD: Finca Allende

GRAPES: 100% Tempranillo.

PAIRING: grilled red meats, stews, roasts, feathered game, duck, cheeses or Iberian ham.



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The Winery

Finca Allende

Finca Allende

The winery Finca Allende was inaugurated in 1995. This young winery is owned by winemaker Miguel Angel de Gregorio, one of the most recognized professionals from the new style of Rioja and a great lover of experimenting with wines for wines with personality out while preserving the tradition of terroir and variety autochthonous.

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