As its name says, Nada Que Ver has nothing to do with conventional wines. It is a singularity (a wine that we consider extraordinary, rare, excellent, unique, and extravagant) due to being the first single-varietal wine made with Maturana Tinta.
A wine that reflects all the character, strength, and power of its variety; and, together with the toasted oak, you enter a world of aromas unknown in Rioja. Violet, clove, coffee, liqueur-filled chocolates, balsamic, and mint notes that make you want to continue exploring the world of this intoxicating grape variety.
TIM ATKIN: Nada Que Ver is always among the most distinctive expressions of Maturana Tinta in Rioja. Pilar Torrecilla thinks it is the best vintage to date, with soft, velvety tannins, aromas of bramble and cut grass, elegant new oak and a ripe, bright finish.
Maturana Tinta 100%.
1222 days in oak barrels and 150 days in bottle. French, American, and European oak, with a special dark toast.
Rich stew of tender meat with a dense and flavorful sauce. It is a traditional family dish that is quite a delicacy when cooked over low heat, and makes the most out of the flavors of this great Maturana Tinta variety. A wine that makes you never get tired of eating and drinking.
In October, the Maturana Tinta grapes are harvested by hand, a magical moment when an explosion of color invades the wooden barrels where they will ferment for a few days. Daily punching down, with no added yeasts – only indigenous yeasts, and minimal intervention in all winemaking processes. This turns a small grape into a powerful wine.
Its journey has only just begun. It will remain in wood for many months, mellowing until it acquires the complexity that makes it a unique wine, whose originality does not go unnoticed.
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