At this point Lopez de Heredia has become one of the most famed names in Spanish wines. Why? Because they make wines the same way they were made in the late 1800's. And their extensive library of old wines have become the benchmark that almost all aged Rioja is measured against. They're known for two different red wines, Vina Tondonia and Vina Bosconia (from two different vineyards). The Vina Bosconia is always the more fruit driven of the two with more Burgundian aspects. At 65 years old this is still a gem. Having been fortunate enough to try wines back through 1942, I have never had a bottle of Lopez de Heredia that has disappointed...and more often than not, I'm often surprised at how pretty and complex they are. Even though I know what to expect.
The photo is of the actual bottle and it has a low neck fill.