Purchasing guide

The Regulatory Council of the Mark of Navarra, once it has carried out the appropriate analytical and organoleptic controls, awards the labels that guarantee that indications on quality, age, storage, capacity have been observed for this bottle and the type of wine within it. The labelling defines the type and class of the wine for the consumer.

Labelling that guarantees the origin

All the wines that are stored in Oak, both for those already marketed and for the young wines, will bear the label as opposed to those that have matured or sat in barrels other than oak that will not.

Labelling of Maturing

This concerns wines that a minimum age of two natural years, of they should at least be in oak barrels of a maximum capacity of 350 litres for red wines and six months minimum for rosés and whites. The rest of the time they must spend in glass bottles.

Labelling of Reserved wines

This is limited to those wines of great quality that, as a consequence of the process of ageing, have acquired an harmony in all their organoleptic qualities and a notable aromatic richness:

  • Red wines: Maturing in oak casks and bottles during a total period of 36 months, with a minimum duration in oak cask of 12 months.
  • White and rosé wines: Maturing in oak casks and bottles during a total minimum period of 24 months, with a minimum duration in oak cask of 6 months.

Labelling of Wines of Great Reserve

Limited to wines harvested from selected crops for their great quality, that have acquired organoleptical characteristics throughout the storage and ageing process and. They must meet the following standards:

  • Red wines: storage for at least 24 months in an oak cask, following and complementing an ageing in the bottle of at least 36 months.
  • White wines and rosé: storage for at least 48 months in an oak cask and bottle, with a minimum duration of ageing in oak casks or 6 months.

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