Celia de Bodegas Vizcarra se presenta como un vino fresco y envolvente, con un coupage en el que la variedad Tinto fino está acompañada por un pequeño toque de Garnacha, ambas procedentes de viñedos de más de 70 años.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
2015 is a powerful vintage, and Juan Carlos Vizcarra saw it coming and did good work (low fermentation temperatures, some full clusters, shorter macerations...), and it shows in the top-end bottlings that I tasted from that year. The 2015 Celia, a micro-vinification in open 400-liter oak barrels, is ripe and powerful, reflecting the character of the year, but it retained good freshness, which makes it balanced. It comes through as classically proportioned, with concentration and depth, abundant, fine-grained and chalky tannins and a harmonious, clean and long finish. It's approachable now (better with powerful food) but should develop nicely in bottle. 2,000 bottles were filled in July 2017. The wine still feels very young, so I guess it's going to age at a slow pace. The two top wines are named after Vizcarra's daughters, so for him, it might be difficult to say which one he likes best, but Celia would be my choice. - Luis Gutiérrez.
A most original wine, with a small but very relevant contribution of Garnacha to the blend. Aromatics become more floral, with a nice combination of red and black berry fruit notes. Voluminous but silky, with sinewy tannins and a poised finish. Definitely distinctive and very attractive, with an intriguing, Riojan hint. Lovely – and quite surprising