Founded in 1992 by Pedro Peciña Crespo and his three sons, Bodegas Pecina owns 50 hectares in the small section of La Rioja Alta located on north side of the Ebro River. Pedro was previously vineyard manager of famed bodega La Rioja Alta, so here you get experience and tradition without the price tag typically attached.
"The young, fruit-driven and bright pink 2019 Señorío de P. Peciña Cosecha Rosado shows ripe red fruit aromas and flavors. It was produced with Garnacha grapes from a 29-year-old vineyard between San Vicente de la Sonsierra and the hamlet of Ribas de Tereso. It's clean, has some complexity and a serious and dry profile, enough to stand to a good variety of foods. It's tasty and a little savory."
VARIETALSRed BlendVARIETAL NOTES95% Tempranillo, 3% Graciano, 2% GarnachaORGANICPracticingVINEYARDAll estate vineyards around the San Vicente area of Rioja Alta. The grapes used for this wine are from the youngest vines of the estate which average from 15-25 years in age. Those vineyards are named Finca la Veguilla and Finca Valseca.ORIENTATIONFinca Veguill is at 475 meters in elevation oriented to the North. Finca Valseca is at 525 meters in elevation also oriented to the North.SOILCalcareous ClayVITICULTUREPracticing organics and sustainability, all estate-owned vineyards, They work in a very natural way. All pruning and harvest is done by hand. Both Finca Veguilla and Valseca are trellised vineyards planted cordon system.VINIFICATIONThe grapes are destemmed and crushed and macerated for 3-4 days before fermentation begins naturally with the wild yeast on the skins. Fermentation then continues for 10-12 days more.AGINGAged in stainless steel with racking to another tank at 6 months. No oak aging. The wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. They are also not cold stabalized.PRODUCTION3,300 cases