[:es]WINEMAKING IN VIÑA BUJANDA[:][:en]VIÑA BUJANDA WINE MAKING[:]
[The work in the vineyard conditions all Familia Martínez Bujanda‘s elaborations. The 28 plots that make up the 127 hectares of Viña Bujanda vineyards are cultivated and vinified in separate tanks in the winery, which are then assembled by our technical team to obtain the profile that has always distinguished thebest Riojas.The work at the vineyards determines all the Familia Martinez Bujanda elaborations. These 28 plots of vineyards into which the 127 hectares of Viña Bujanda vineyards are divided, are grown and vinified in separate tanks at the winery. Later, our team blends them to get the profile that has always distinguished the best Riojas: wines of good color and medium degree, never over extracted and where the elegance, silkiness and complexity of nuances are the main characteristics[:][:]
[Familia Martínez Bujanda works in the field with a concept of sustainable viticulture, using natural organic matter (grape skins and pruning remains) to fertilize the vineyards and respecting the tradition of non-interventionist practices that we inherited from our great-grandparents and grandparents. In the winery we have the most modern technological developments that guarantee the innovation and constant quality of all our wines[:][:en].
Familia Martínez Bujanda works the fields with a concept of sustainable viticulture, using natural organic material (skins and rest of pruning) to fertilize the vineyards and respecting the non-interventionist tradition inherited from our grand-and great-grandparents.
At the wineries we count on the most modern and advanced technologies to guarantee the innovation and constant quality of all our wines.
[Viña Bujanda has a large fleet of 2,000 American and French oak barrels, from selected cooperages, which combine the traditional aging of the wine region with the subtle contributions of wood for the Viña Bujanda Crianza and Reserva. Wines to which Wine Advocate (Robert Parker’s magazine) has awarded in several vintages ratings of 90 and 92 points respectively, in the same way that other international publications, such as Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast, have included them in their world rankings for their extraordinary quality/price ratio[:][:en].
The Viña Bujanda winery has 2,000 barrels of American and French oak, from selected barrel-makers, that combine the traditional aging of the area with the subtle touches of the wood for the Viña Bujanda Crianza and Reserva.
Wines that the Wine Advocate magazine (Robert Parker’s) has awarded with 90 and 92 points respectively, as well as other international publications, such as Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast have included them in the world ranking for their extraordinary quality/price relationship.