Collection: Casa la Rad

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The Casa la Rad vineyard and winery sits just south-east of the city of Logroño in the middle of the Rioja region. The 100 or so hectares are a mixture of free-standing bush and trellised vines, planted across a variety of plots with different soil types, orientations and altitudes. The estate is part of the Ocón valley which joins the Sierra de Hez mountains – part of the central Iberian range - to the south and the Ebro river to the north, which means the vines are planted at between 600 and 750 metres above sea level making for cooler temperatures and fresher growing conditions. Under the watchful eye of winemaker Marta Gallego, who has worked at various well-known bodegas including the famous Muga, the winery’s focus is on extracting the maximum expression of fruit and terroir from traditional Riojan varieties like Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano or Viura.

Wines from Casa La Rad

 

  • Solarce Tinto 2019
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    Intense cherry red in colour, Solarce Tinto has a highly aromatic nose with caramel, blackcurrant, cherry, violets and resinous notes. On the palate, this is a broad and powerful wine with good structure and well-balanced tannins.
  • Solarce Blanco 2019
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    A white Rioja from Casa La Rad, where they focus on getting the maximum expression of fruit and terroir from traditional Riojan varieties - in this case, Viura, Malvasia and Chardonnay. With a touch of ageing on the lees, this wine is fresh, bright and with a long finish.
  • Solarce Rosado 2020
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    Pale strawberry and salmon-pink in colour, this is a wine with notes of strawberry and raspberry, evolving into white blossom and stone fruit. Long and persistent on the palate, with delicate acidity, it's a delightfully fresh wine.