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Carlos Serres, Rioja

In 1896, a Frenchman named Charles Serres settled in Haro with the aim of producing wines using the experience he had already gained in France and the knowledge he was acquiring in La Rioja. This blend led him to create a style of his own which has lasted until the present in the new facilities that replaced the bodega in Barrio de la Estación in order to keep his traditional winemaking techniques up to date with new technology.

Bodegas Carlos Serres,S.A. have 50 ha. of vineyards in an area superbly located for the production of high quality grapes, which give rise to superb wines, always produced in the traditional way, the most widely used variety being tempranillo.

  • Carlos Serres Gran Reserva Rioja 2012

    Carlos Serres Gran Reserva Rioja 2012

    Classic varieties of Tempranillo, Graciano and a little Mazuelo. Excellent now, for a wine under $60 you would open along-side a 2nd Growth from Bordeaux and a great 1er Cru from Burgundy! Balanced, lovely texture, full...



    Bright red and garnet with a rim turning to brick showing its extended aging in barrel and bottle. Complex aromas from its development and aging, mature ripe black fruit, and vanilla and cinnamon spice, with a deep mineral...

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