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This is the first in a collection of wines that aren’t produced on a regular basis. For each harvest, the winemakers at Bodegas Bilbaínas decide to create a limited-run wine based on the particular quality of a specific varietal that year, which is rarely or never seen. This is the case of a native Rioja grape, Graciano, which is normally used to extend the lifespan of reserve wines in blends dominated by other varietals and is showcased here on its own in a varietal wine.
Given that the wine in question varies each year, a common Bodegas Bilbaínas label was needed on which to print the specific information. The front label was composed using the winery’s historical graphic material, reserving a central space, highly visible in red, to identify each specific wine.