Made with the Garnacha Tinta, Tempranillo, Graciano, Viura, Mazuela, Garnacha Blanca and Malvasía varieties by the Barón de Ley winery in the D.O.Ca. Rioja.
Barón de Ley located in a sixteenth century former Benedictine monastery in the town of Mendavia (Navarra), they have over 600 hectares of vineyards planted with different types of varieties. A winery that combines tradition and modernity to make wines in the Bordeaux style.
All the grapes used to make Barón de Ley 7 Viñas Reserva come from the same vineyard. Strains of over 70 years of age where 7 different varieties coexist. When the grapes are at their optimum ripeness, they are harvested by hand into 300 kg boxes and taken straight to the winery to ensure the most freshness are kept.
There are 4 winemaking processes separated by grapes variety, using different temperatures and times. Likewise, each of the 4 wines ages separately for 36 months in different types of barrels. Finally, the Barón de Ley 7 Viñas Reserva coupage ages in a 10,000-litre French oak foudre for 12 months.