Vina Primera Rioja Blanco has complex and toasted aromas with fresh, vibrant fruits which give way to zesty citrus, spicy and vanillin toasted oak flavours, fresh acidity, and a refreshing spicy finish.
This famous area is located in Northern Spain south of the Cantabrian Mountains following the Ebro river situated on a plateau, a little more than 1,500 feet above sea level. The mountains play a key part creating a micro-climate protecting the vineyards from the fierce winds that are typical of northern Spain whilst providing the ideal levels of sunshine and natural irrigation required for viticulture. The region is also home to the Oja river (Rio Oja), believed to have given the region its name. This Vina Primera is a rarity as only 5% of this regions wine is white with 5% rose and 90% the more well-known red. The vintner has taken great care in the selection of the grapes and the fermentation process to produce this classic example.