Bodegas Bagordi, S.L.

Ctra. Estella s/n, 31261 Andosilla
Spain
Telephone +34 948 674860
Fax +34 948 674238
info@bagordi.com

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 10): stand F231

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.24  Spain
  • 01.01.24.50  Rioja

Our products

Product category: Rioja

Usoa de Bagordi Rosé

Grape variety: 100% Garnacha.

Vintage: 2015
 
PRODUCTION
The new must is subjected to cold maceration with the Red Garnacha skins for 18 to 24 hours approx. These are then separated from the skins to allow the fermentation at 18 degrees. The inherent raising agent in the grape transforms the sugar to alcohol. The aromatic character of the red fruits is respected by removing the skins prior to fermentation. Once the fermentation has finished, a further and more prolonged maceration, including the grape particles, takes place.
 
TASTING
Appearance: Pale pink in colour, lively, clear and bright with a youthful purple rim.
Bouquet: Fresh and fruity aroma suggestive of slightly sharp ripe red fruit such as raspberries and wild strawberries and of rose petals. The gentlest hint of natural carbonation contributes to the overall sense of freshness.
Taste: Impressive sense of freshness from the outset accompanied by a slight sharpness and the traditional aromas of the Garnacha. Prolonged after-taste with a good balance between the fruitiness and vegetable flavours.
Ideal serving temperature 18 degrees C.

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Product category: Rioja

Bagordi Reserva

Grape varieties: 100% Tempranillo.

Vintages: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
 
PREMIOS

Silver Medal – London International Wine Challenge (Great Britain) 2003

2 Stars – Prowein (Germany) 2001
 
PRODUCTION
The Rioja Regulation Council rated the 2005 vintage as “excellent”. The selection begins with choosing the best vines and is followed by the production and ageing process – 18 months in French oak barrels. Then, comes an extended period in bottle when the wine is laid down, all of which is designed to ensure an elegant and well-rounded product. In short, a classic Rioja.
 
TASTING
Appearance: mid depth cherry red colour, clean and bright coupled with a good tear. Bouquet the dominant note is that of balsamic and of spices such as those associated with fresh leather, toasted almonds, ground coffee, black pepper, and clove while in the background one can detect the aroma of ripe red fruit and compote all of which help to smooth and round out the wine.
Tasting: well-rounded in the mouth with velvety tannins. Once more, we are aware of the balsamic and the spices. Agreeable aftertaste.
Ideal serving temperature 18 degrees C.

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Product category: Rioja

Bagordi White

Grape varieties: 50% Sauvignon Blanc; 50% White Garnacha.
 
PRODUCTION

White Garnacha is the most common white grape in Rioja. The grapes are picked exactly when ripe and in the cool of the day. The must is obtained after the cold maceration with the skins. The liquid is fermented at a temperature of 16 degrees C in stainless steel vats in a process that helps maintain the characteristic fruity aromas of the grapes. .The alcoholic fermentation is followed by an extended maceration that includes the grape particles.
 
TASTING

Appearance: Straw gold in colour, clean and bright.
Bouquet: intense, fine, aromas suggestive of ripe fruit, flowers and exotic or citric fruit.
Taste: fresh, vibrant, wine with a slight sharpness. Ready for drinking, this wine is easy on the palate due to its agreeable balance of acidity and fruitiness. It lingers elegantly at the back of the nose.
Ideal serving temperature 8 degrees C.

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About us

Company details

Our family began to make wine in 1723. It was then that we signed a pact with the land. Fourteen generations later the Carcar family continue to care for the land while guided by the same values established by our ancestors.

Wine making allowed our family to prosper. In 1840, the King of Spain, Fernando VIII, appointed Manuel Baltasar Carcar to be a royal notary. Meanwhile, the family continued to work and develop the vineyards.

It is our conviction that wine is, in fact, “made” in the vineyard by the application of effort and knowledge acquired over many generations. This explains why our wines possess such character. Above all else, we respect the land and the quality of the grapes as we consider these to be key to being able to offer unique wines.

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