60% Viura, 10% Calagraño and the remaining 30% Torrontés, Malvasía, Maturana Blanca and Garnacha Blanca
Production: 2,100 0.75 cl bottles.
Very old vineyards from Rioja Alavesa with altitudes of 600 meters, on clay-calcareous soils with yields of around 3,000 kg per hectare.
Direct pressing of whole bunches, alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks, previously looking for hyperoxidation when pressing. Subsequently, the wine is transferred to used 600L French oak barrels where it finishes fermenting, malolactic included, and where it will remain for 10 months prior to bottling.
On the nose aromas of white fruit and citrus notes. In the mouth it shows acidity and magnificent Grand Cru minerality that gives it incredibly long length.
48% Tempranillo, 48% Grenache, 2% Viura, 2% White Grenache
2,000 bottles of 0.75 cl. approximately.
1ha vineyard planted in 1920 in the town of Elvillar (Rioja Alavesa) at 600 meters above sea level, on clay-calcareous soil. Old-fashioned mixed plantation of Tempranillo, Viura and Garnacha Blanca, with a yield of 3,000 kg per hectare. On the other hand, a 3ha vineyard planted in 1903 in Cárdenas (Rioja Alta) at 580 meters of altitude. Ferrous clay soils with just over 10% stone, giving us low yields, around 2,000 kg per ha.
Spontaneous fermentation with its own yeasts in used 500-liter French oak barrels, in amphorae and in a concrete egg. Carry out malolactic fermentation in used 500L barrels. Subsequent aging for 12 months in used French oak barrels.
Kalamity shows complexity and variety of aromas. Black and red fruit, floral notes with violets in the background and light sweet spice. A wine with good acidity, minerality and enormous length and aging.