Gorgollassa, red native variety that was about to disappear and has been recovered in recent years.
During two weeks it is gently pumped over the cap in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 25°C. After malolactic fermentation, it is aged during 9 months in French oak barrels of 500 liters. This wine has not been cold stabilized and, therefore, can present tartaric precipitations.
Due to its characteristics and aging in oak, this wine evolves significantly when stored under appropriate conditions, developing new nuances, finesse and aromatic potential. It has a ripe cherry color with violet reflections. In the nose there is subtle appearance of floral and roast scents, also good fruit, like cherries and presence of dairy (toffee) aroma. In the mouth, it has a soft entry, balanced and fleshy palate (slightly acidic) with soft tannins and a good aftertaste. It combines with consistent dishes, strong cheeses, red meats, game.