Vineyard: El Agudo in Monte Yerga (Rioja Baja) for Garnacha and Perquita (Rioja Alta) for Tempranillo in Abalos zone
Orientation: El Agudo face east and Perquita faces south.
Soil: El Agudo and Perquita both have a rocky gravelly soil with sand below that.
Viticulture: All farming is done by hand.
Vinification: The wines are naturally fermented with wild yeast in concrete vats.
Aging: Aging is done in either concrete or wood vats for about 6 months before bottling.
Production: 70,000 bottles on average produced per vintage.
Notes: Bozeto means "sketch" or "outline" and as the name implies it is their entry level wine. The wine is a fruity easy drinking introduction to their wines, philosophy and mix of Rioja's 3 principle grape varieties.
Publication: Other Press
Rating: 91 (Suckling)
Very sweet maraschino cherry nose, but in spite of that this has healthy tannins and a nice acidity. If the alcohol didn't show slightly it would rate higher. Drink now.