* 不適用偏遠地區（馬灣 / 東涌 / 愉景灣），預售產品及季節性食品（詳情-物流與配送）
In 1998, Miguel Angel de Gregorio of Finca Allende and Vila Viniteca formed a partnership to embark on a new project in La Rioja called‘Paisajes y Viñedos’. With Miguel’s wide knowledge of La Rioja and his winemaking experience, each year he selects different vineyards belonging to different owners. The sites are selected based on their geographical qualities so that very elegant and unique wines can be made.
Paisajes means“landscape”in Spanish, hoping to show the unique part of the vineyard. Miguel's winemaking philosophy is to produce unique and non-imitable wines through the different characteristics and potential of the soil. Decanter has awarded 98 points to this precious winemaker. Due to the regulations of the legal denomination region, the distribution of the wine can only be labeled Rioja, and the wine is directly named after the number of the vineyard area, from 1 to 9 currently, wines are not elaborated every year, but only produce in the best years. Paisajes wine style and winemaking concept have attracted a lot attention and praise from all over the world. The famous wine critic Robert Parker has repeatedly rated more than 90 points. Besides, it´s also selected as designated wines on the wine list El Bulli, one the world´s best Spanish restaurant of 3 stars Michelin for five consecutive years. Each wine has an limited annual production of around 5,000 bottles, which is the global winelovers competing for the purchase, and are the Rioja wines that can´t be missed.
Paisajes Cecias comes from a 2.4 ha planted with a fantastic 85-year-old.
A lovely, medium-deep garnet colour. The nose is fresh and bright with ripe black fruit, such as figs, together with a touch of pepper. Body and structure on the palate with a fine-grained texture and fluid tannins which are nevertheless present from beginning to end. The mouth-feel is fleshy, fresh yet ripe, with a wonderful aromatic finish of just ripe fruit. Good length and very flavoursome.
Producer: Paisajes y Vinedos
Wine type: Rouge
Grape Variety: 100% Garnacha
Maturity drink: Now
"Perhaps the warmer vintages benefit Garnacha as it is a grape that likes heat more than Tempranillo, especially in Rioja Baja where the Cecias vineyard is. This is evident in the 2011 Cecias, a bright ruby-coloured wine that is a little darker than your average Garnacha. Ot opens to a subtle and harmonious nose of red and black fruit accented by nicely integrated wood. The juicy palate is polished and soft, more Garnacha than in the nose, and has a slightly warm finish. Somehow I like this 2011 better than the 2012. 5,080 bottles and 100 magnums produced. "
Score: 92 Luis Gutierrez
Wine Advocate (218), Apr 2015
Ratings: 92 RP