Inurrieta PURO VICIO
The Inurrieta name refers to the lands where the ancestors of the family grew grapes nearly a century ago. The new generations chose this name as a tribute to those loved ones who were so devoted to wine. The reunion with the tradition they grew up with made this project possible in 1999 with the planting of the first vines. The vineyard is located in the tiny Valley in Navarre’s Upper Rivera region. Their vineyards are planted on 3 different types of soil at altitudes ranging between 300 and 480 metres above sea level. This allows them to grow 6 different grape varieties under the best conditions.
From a vineyard on a steep slope, where our Syrah vines dig their roots deep into the soil, becoming true survivors; from the most accommodating vines that are most generous in nuances, this wine is born.
It is a red wine made with 100% Syrah grapes, aged for 15 months in new French and American oak barrels.
It is a wonderful deep black, with a lively, purple rim.
Intense, complex nose of blackberries and lilacs, and balsamic, mocha and mineral hints. Smooth yet elegantly powerful attack. Creamy tannins and a mixture of fresh and candied fruit mark its intense mouthfeel. Firm body with sweet, polished tannins. It concludes with a long, flavoursome finish.
Medalla de Oro. Conc. Int. Decanter 2020 (Reino Unido)
Medalla de Oro. Conc. Int. Mundus Vini 2020 (Alemania).
Medalla de Oro. Challenge Int. du Vin 2020 (Francia).
Medalla de Oro. Wine Up 2020 (España).
92 puntos Guia Peñin 2021.
Medalla de Plata. Conc. Int. Bacchus 2020 (España).
Medalla de Oro. Conc. Int. Mundus Vini 2019 (Alemania).
Mejor Vino Otras Añadas. Cofradía del Vino 2019 (España).
90 puntos Guía Peñin 2020.
Medalla de Bronce. Conc. Challege Int. du Vin 2019 (Francia).
Medalla de Bronce. Conc. Int. Decanter 2019 (Reino Unido)
Medalla de Bronce. Conc. Int. Syrah du Monde 2019 (Francia).
Medalla de Oro. Conc. Int. Mundus Vini 2017 (Alemania).
Medalla de Oro. Conc. Challenge International du Vin 2017 (Francia).
Mejor Vino D.O. Navarra Tinto Madera 2017 (España).
Medalla de Plata. Conc. Mundial de Bruselas 2017 (Bélgica)