Rioja, one of the most reputated wine region in Spain, has earned its reputation by producing high quality wines from indigenous Tempranillo. With its rich winemaking culture, we can easily trace its history back to Roman period. We can also easily find dozens of historic wineries producing Rioja wines for over centuries. The past of Rioja & Bordeaux are closely interwined, since the winemaking techniques, style of the wine are deeply influenced by Bordeaux traditions. Miguel Angel de Gregorio of Finca Allende descibed the historic wineries in Rioja as "a Burgundy-style wine with a Bordeaux history".

The Cantabrian Mountains, which flank Rioja to the north and west, provide shelter from cold, wet influences of the Atlantic Ocean. This is a significant factor in the local climate, which is significantly warmer and drier than that just to the north. The region's soils vary from place to place, with the finest containing high levels of limestone. 

Other than Tempranillo and Garnacha, Graciano and Mazuelo (Carignan) are also used in red Rioja wines. A few wineries, notably Marqués de Riscal, use small quantities of Cabernet Sauvignon.

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About Pujanza


Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza is located in Laguardia, in the heart of Rioja Alavesa, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Everything starts in 1998, the winery only produced one wine at the time – Pujanza. The owner & winemaker Carlos San Pedro, is the 4th generation of a family of vine-growers, winemakers. The wine genes he inherited, a dream which was born in his childhood, co-construct Pujanza in 1998. At that time he already has 15ha of vineyard and the first vintage of Pujanza comes out in 2001. Because of his talent, his dedication and work in the vineyards, Pujanza has earned its reputation and recognition in the world, often get high ratings from wine critics such as Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator etc.

Pujanza winemaking follows traditional process with an accurate control. Harvest is made by hand and a first secetion in vineyard. The grapes are transported by 20kg crate to keep the quality of the grapes. If necessary, the winery will do a second selection on the sorting table. Fermentation took place in 15,000L stainless steel vats except for the flagship Pujanza Cisma & white wine Añdras Frias - Pujanza Cisma in stainless steel vats with oak stave faces, Añdras Frias in French Oak barrels. Every Pujanza wine is aged a minimum of 12 months in French oak barrels.

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Wine Selection

- Red -
Pujanza Hado
Pujanza Finca Valdepoleo
Pujanza Norte

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