TYPES OF WINE
Types of wine
In Jumilla there are as many varieties of wine types as palates. In Bodegas Bleda, with our precious vineyards of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc, we obtain Jumilla wines for every palate from red wine, white wine and rosé wine to sweet red wine. All of them are well preserved in our winery.
Magnificent cherry red on a ruby background with dense legs. Complex bouquet with aromas of red berries, jam and toasty notes.
With attractive fruit aromas, this is a mature wine with the roundness of the Monastrell grape, well balanced with pleasant sweetness and a lasting bouquet.
After macerating and fermenting the two varieties separately in stainless-steel tanks, the wine is aged for 24 months in second- or first-year French and American oak barrels for a delicate assemblage of these two grapes. It has a rich bouquet with well-integrated toasted notes, minerality and a fine under layer of fruit.
It is a well-balanced wine with sweet and fruity tannins. It is full bodied with a long, harmonious finish.
It has great aromatic intensity, complex on the nose and balanced on the palate. It is fruity and fresh, with mature tannins that give it volume and richness, as well as a long finish.
Its time on oak gives it finesse in both flavours and aromas and the unique coupage of Monastrell, Syrah and Petit Verdot makes it a versatile, modern wine that will delight even the most discerning palates.
Fruity, warm and round, it is perfect for enjoying with tapas, lunch or dinner, as well as relaxing moments, at the end of the day, whether on your own or in good company.
These grape varieties are the first to be harvested in Jumilla, beginning in late August. Perfect with hors d’oeuvre, rice, fish or on its own.
This wine features tropical aromas with citrus touches and is boldly fruity on the palate, making it a perfect pairing for seafood, fish, rice and pasta al dente.
Sweet red wine
During the last years, Jumilla wine has acquired a renewed character.
In Jumilla, due to its geographic and climatological location, the soil is perfect for the cultivation of one of the most important varieties such as the Monastrell grape. This grape variety constitutes more than 80 % of the vineyard. The Monastrell grape is a noble, austere and robust variety, which sustained small bunches with grapes, which are also small, with great coloration and great richness in sugars, as well as in other noble complements of the extract. For this reason, Jumilla wine has much to say.
We elaborate direct red wines, young wines, sometimes carbonic maceration ones and ones with moderate ageings. We have achieved the reduction of oxidation on these wines. That is where technic has come into play, since it is as important as raw materials in the world of wines.