Rosé 1890 - DOCa Rioja
Manzanos 1890 Rosé
1890 Graciano - DOCa Rioja
Manzanos 1890 Graciano
1890 Manzanos - DOCa Rioja

DOCa Rioja

1890 Manzanos is the epitome of the Fernández de Manzanos family heritage: creating moments of happiness and celebration of life. The know-how of 127 years of history at the service of our mission.
Discover our heritage.

 EL JUBERO

To elaborate this singular wine we have used the fruit of our vineyard El Jubero, located near Ribafrecha and is 600 and 700 metres high. It is a grenache of three hectares that has been planted two times. The first one is 40 years old and the second one is 35.

Manzanos 1890 Rosé
Manzanos 1890 Rosé

The history of this Rosé is almost an anecdote. Our oenologist Borja Ripa was very keen on the qualities of the special grenache and wanted to get that expressivity in a fine red wine, with structure and the aromas that only this grenache unfolds. After some years trying to get it, Borja could not reflect its magnificence in a red wine. He obtained the aromas but not the structure he was looking for. He was driving when he shouted eureka!, and this was the beginning of the idea of this surprising wine that we all admire. He very lightly complemented this grenache with white tempranillo planted in a slope 700 metres high and the magic happened. He had achieved in unfolding the magnificence and broad aroma of El Jubero.

Manzanos 1890 Rosé

 EL JUBERO

To elaborate this singular wine we have used the fruit of our vineyard El Jubero, located near Ribafrecha and is 600 and 700 metres high. It is a grenache of three hectares that has been planted two times. The first one is 40 years old and the second one is 35.

The history of this Rosé is almost an anecdote. Our oenologist Borja Ripa was very keen on the qualities of the special grenache and wanted to get that expressivity in a fine red wine, with structure and the aromas that only this grenache unfolds. After some years trying to get it, Borja could not reflect its magnificence in a red wine. He obtained the aromas but not the structure he was looking for. He was driving when he shouted eureka!, and this was the beginning of the idea of this surprising wine that we all admire. He very lightly complemented this grenache with white tempranillo planted in a slope 700 metres high and the magic happened. He had achieved in unfolding the magnificence and broad aroma of El Jubero.

VINIFICATION

Our grenache has been oak fermented for three months to achieve the structure and volumen that we were looking for without a wood taste. We wanted to get a round volume but we did not want the influence of wood in the aroma, so we could preserve the aromatic splendour of the grenache and avoid the oak nuances in the palate.

We have pressed the grape and macerated it with the pulp for two days, then we have cleared the must and fermented in vat and we have divided the wine in two parts, the first one has been in second and third year French oak and the second has been in concrete vats.

EL BARRANCO

1890 Manzanos Graciano is elaborated using the grape of the oldest Graciano vineyard in the world, which we purchased in 2012. This vineyard is located in San Adrián, in Rioja del Reyno (the Rioja appellation area of the Kingdom of Navarra) and is 400 metres high. It was planted in bush in 1940 and it is three hectares. The vineyard is based on a slope over the river Ega facing south, which is exactly what is needed for a variety of long cycle such as Graciano grape. From this vineyard called El Barranco, we have elaborated a CVC wine, which means a blend of different vintages that complement each other to get a unique wine.

The first vintage that we used for the blend is that of 2012, the first year that we owned this vineyard. The year was especially warm and dry. Even watering the vineyard was difficult because of the lack of rain and, therefore, the shortage of water in the wells. It hailed and made us lose a great deal of grapes. As a result we obtained a very concentrated Graciano with a lot of structure, with a very high alcohol level and a lot of colour.

Manzanos 1890 Graciano
Manzanos 1890 Graciano

The second Graciano that we used is that one of a 2014 vintage. It was a especially good one for this vineyard because we could wait and harvest just before it started to rain. In general it was not a good year for Rioja because the rain ruined it all but we were saved. This vineyard had the characteristics that we were looking for: a good medium ripening and elegance.

The third vintage that we used is 2016. This Graciano gives the blend the necessary freshness so we can appreciate the fruit and balance the wine.

To sum up, we have used three vintages that complement each other: the first one gives the maximum structure, the second one the elegance and the third one the freshness. The three mixed together gives the wine this special character that makes it unique.

The harvest is done manually and we pick the grapes in boxes of 12 kilos. We do it in the first hours of the morning so we preserve the freshness of the grape.

1890 Manzanos Graciano

EL BARRANCO

1890 Manzanos Graciano is elaborated using the grape of the oldest Graciano vineyard in the world, which we purchased in 2012. This vineyard is located in San Adrián, in Rioja del Reyno (the Rioja appellation area of the Kingdom of Navarra) and is 400 metres high. It was planted in bush in 1940 and it is three hectares. The vineyard is based on a slope over the river Ega facing south, which is exactly what is needed for a variety of long cycle such as Graciano grape. From this vineyard called El Barranco, we have elaborated a CVC wine, which means a blend of different vintages that complement each other to get a unique wine.

The first vintage that we used for the blend is that of 2012, the first year that we owned this vineyard. The year was especially warm and dry. Even watering the vineyard was difficult because of the lack of rain and, therefore, the shortage of water in the wells. It hailed and made us lose a great deal of grapes. As a result we obtained a very concentrated Graciano with a lot of structure, with a very high alcohol level and a lot of colour.

The second Graciano that we used is that one of a 2014 vintage. It was a especially good one for this vineyard because we could wait and harvest just before it started to rain. In general it was not a good year for Rioja because the rain ruined it all but we were saved. This vineyard had the characteristics that we were looking for: a good medium ripening and elegance.

The third vintage that we used is 2016. This Graciano gives the blend the necessary freshness so we can appreciate the fruit and balance the wine.

To sum up, we have used three vintages that complement each other: the first one gives the maximum structure, the second one the elegance and the third one the freshness. The three mixed together gives the wine this special character that makes it unique.

The harvest is done manually and we pick the grapes in boxes of 12 kilos. We do it in the first hours of the morning so we preserve the freshness of the grape.

VINIFICATION

Fermentation is done with smooth pumping and punching down during the process. Also, there is a part of the grape that is fermented in French oak open barrels of 500 litres with smooth punching and then the wine is pressed before introducing it in French 225 litres oak barrels to age for as long as each vintage has been.

2012 vintage: This Graciano has been in oak for four years.
2014 vintage: This vintage has been aged in oak for two years and a half.
2016 vintage: This vintage has spent three months in concrete vats and has been in bottle for eight months.

Our barrels are first and second year French oak.

The choice of this very special bottle, the occasion requires, and Magnum (1,5 litres), makes great sense for us because it favours a slower and more harmonious ageing of the wine since it holds two times the wine of a normal bottle. As a result, we obtain a more stable and uniform wine and a better and longer capacity to age. This bottle is perfect to keep long guard wines.

VINIFICATION

Our grenache has been oak fermented for three months to achieve the structure and volumen that we were looking for without a wood taste. We wanted to get a round volume but we did not want the influence of wood in the aroma, so we could preserve the aromatic splendour of the grenache and avoid the oak nuances in the palate.

We have pressed the grape and macerated it with the pulp for two days, then we have cleared the must and fermented in vat and we have divided the wine in two parts, the first one has been in second and third year French oak and the second has been in concrete vats.

Manzanos 1890 Rosé
Manzanos 1890 Graciano

VINIFICATION

Fermentation is done with smooth pumping and punching down during the process. Also, there is a part of the grape that is fermented in French oak open barrels of 500 litres with smooth punching and then the wine is pressed before introducing it in French 225 litres oak barrels to age for as long as each vintage has been.

2012 vintage: This Graciano has been in oak for four years.
2014 vintage: This vintage has been aged in oak for two years and a half.
2016 vintage: This vintage has spent three months in concrete vats and has been in bottle for eight months.

Our barrels are first and second year French oak.

The choice of this very special bottle, the occasion requires, and Magnum (1,5 litres), makes great sense for us because it favours a slower and more harmonious ageing of the wine since it holds two times the wine of a normal bottle. As a result, we obtain a more stable and uniform wine and a better and longer capacity to age. This bottle is perfect to keep long guard wines.

Bodegas Manzanos - Haro - Azagra - Campanas

The history of Manzanos Wines is the story of a family, their effort, their perseverance and their know-how. 

Bodegas Manzanos gives its name to the group of wineries that best repre­sent the identity of the family Fernández de Manzanos. There are three wineries: Azagra and Haro in appellation Rioja and Campanas in appellation Navarra. In these wineries, the young team of the fifth generation of the family elaborate the quality wines that are worldwide acclaimed. Its quality is determined by its origin: their own vineyards.

Wine is considered to be the link that joins people together, friends and family. That is what has happened in Fernández de Manzanos family, since they have known how to preserve and how to consolidate this ancient culture for more than 128 years. After more than a century connected to the wine culture, the fifth generation of this family is the one who takes the lead of Manzanos Wines.

The brothers Víctor and David Fernández de Manzanos, as well as Victor´s wife, Laura Mateo, are the visible faces of the wine division of Manzanos Enterprises. Nevertheless, the history of this family goes back to the XX century. Since then, they have become such a big wine group thanks to their effort and their good practices growing the vineyards and elaborating wine.

Since these three entrepreneur youngsters arrived, there has been an exponential growth of the sales and there has been an increase of their presence in the international market (exceeding more than 60 countries) in less than three years.

There have also been changes within the wineries, as they have been transformed from being buildings without any use, to remodelled facilities full of life. This way, David, Victor and Laura have closed the circle that was started by the previous generations, to keep the wineries functioning created more than one century ago.

In 2016, when Manzanos Wines acquired Bodegas Luis Gurpegui Muga and Bodegas Berceo. Bodegas Berceo is one of the most emblematic wineries of Rioja appellation. Some time ago, the family added to the group the first winery from Navarra appellation: Castillo de Enériz.

The top of this expansion arrived in the beginning of 2018, with the acquisition of the emblematic Rioja Brand Siglo and Vinícola Navarra winery and its brands Las Campanas and Castillo de Olite have been a major milestone in their winemaking history. These purchases have helped Bodegas Manzanos consolidate its positioning in the top 10 of appellation Rioja and the top 3 of appellation Navarra.

The youngsters of the fifth generation have known how to face the challenges and have consolidated a future project thanks to their entrepreneur character, as well as their commitment and sacrifice. This work has been rewarded with the position that Manzanos Wines holds, as one of the reference groups of the wine sector both in Spain and international countries.

HISTORY

Bodegas Manzanos gives its name to the group of wineries that best repre­sent the identity of the family Fernández de Manzanos. There are three wineries: Azagra and Haro in appellation Rioja and Campanas in appellation Navarra. In these wineries, the young team of the fifth generation of the family elaborate the quality wines that are worldwide acclaimed. Its quality is determined by its origin: their own vineyards.

Wine is considered to be the link that joins people together, friends and family. That is what has happened in Fernández de Manzanos family, since they have known how to preserve and how to consolidate this ancient culture for more than 128 years. After more than a century connected to the wine culture, the fifth generation of this family is the one who takes the lead of Manzanos Wines.

The brothers Víctor and David Fernández de Manzanos, as well as Victor´s wife, Laura Mateo, are the visible faces of the wine division of Manzanos Enterprises. Nevertheless, the history of this family goes back to the XX century. Since then, they have become such a big wine group thanks to their effort and their good practices growing the vineyards and elaborating wine.

Since these three entrepreneur youngsters arrived, there has been an exponential growth of the sales and there has been an increase of their presence in the international market (exceeding more than 60 countries) in less than three years.

Familia Fernandez de Manzanos

There have also been changes within the wineries, as they have been transformed from being buildings without any use, to remodelled facilities full of life. This way, David, Victor and Laura have closed the circle that was started by the previous generations, to keep the wineries functioning created more than one century ago.

In 2016, when Manzanos Wines acquired Bodegas Luis Gurpegui Muga and Bodegas Berceo. Bodegas Berceo is one of the most emblematic wineries of Rioja appellation. Some time ago, the family added to the group the first winery from Navarra appellation: Castillo de Enériz.

The top of this expansion arrived in the beginning of 2018, with the acquisition of the emblematic Rioja Brand Siglo and Vinícola Navarra winery and its brands Las Campanas and Castillo de Olite have been a major milestone in their winemaking history. These purchases have helped Bodegas Manzanos consolidate its positioning in the top 10 of appellation Rioja and the top 3 of appellation Navarra.

The youngsters of the fifth generation have known how to face the challenges and have consolidated a future project thanks to their entrepreneur character, as well as their commitment and sacrifice. This work has been rewarded with the position that Manzanos Wines holds, as one of the reference groups of the wine sector both in Spain and international countries.

Bodegas Manzanos Azagra
Manzanos 1890 Rosé

DATA SHEET

VARIETIES
90% Garnacha – 10% Tempranillo blanco.

APPEARENCE
Pale peach colour.

AROMA
Fresh red fruit, grapefruit and flowery aromas of high intensity and a spicy touch.

TASTE
Intense, juicy, fresh, with a great mouthfeel from the first drink. Red fruit taste, with flowery notes, citrus fruit nuances and a slight mineral touch.

AGEING IN OAK
2 months.

BARREL REGIME
French oak barrel.

Manzanos 1890 Graciano

DATA SHEET

VARIETIES
Graciano.

APPEARENCE
Red cherry color with high intensity.

AROMA
Black fruit, spice, incense, and blackberries jam aromas predominate while the background aroma is a mix of eucalyptus, mineral and herbs scents.

TASTE
In the palate is intense, silky, with an elegant and present tannin and it boasts a long aftertaste. Magnificent evolution in bottle.

AGEING IN OAK
40% 2012 with 46 months in oak barrels, 40% 2014 with 36 months in oak barrels, 20% 2016 with 12 months in oak barrels. (Average oak aging: 35 months).

BARREL REGIME
85% French oak barrel, 15% American oak barrel.

DATA SHEET

VARIETIES
90% Garnacha – 10% Tempranillo blanco.

APPEARENCE
Pale peach colour.

AROMA
Fresh red fruit, grapefruit and flowery aromas of high intensity and a spicy touch.

TASTE
Intense, juicy, fresh, with a great mouthfeel from the first drink. Red fruit taste, with flowery notes, citrus fruit nuances and a slight mineral touch.

AGEING IN OAK
2 months.

BARREL REGIME
French oak barrel.

DATA SHEET

VARIETIES
Graciano.

APPEARENCE
Red cherry color with high intensity.

AROMA
Black fruit, spice, incense, and blackberries jam aromas predominate while the background aroma is a mix of eucalyptus, mineral and herbs scents.

TASTE
In the palate is intense, silky, with an elegant and present tannin and it boasts a long aftertaste. Magnificent evolution in bottle.

AGEING IN OAK
40% 2012 with 46 months in oak barrels, 40% 2014 with 36 months in oak barrels, 20% 2016 with 12 months in oak barrels. (Average oak aging: 35 months).

BARREL REGIME
85% French oak barrel, 15% American oak barrel.

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