Type of wine: Red, aged.
Aging: One year in French and American oak casks
Grape Variety: Old-vines “Tinta de Toro” / Tempranillo.
Bottle Type: Bordelais.
Capacity: 75 cl.
Case Format: 6 Bottles.
Deep-cherry, garnet rimmed. Full nose of preserved fruit, lightly spiced,
dark-chocolate hints, warm and character-full. In the mouth:
concentrated, full-flavoured, unctuous, with mature tannins, good
acidity, balanced and persistent. Delicious.
Red meat, game casseroles, pulse-based dishes, “jamon Serrano” and
cured-meats, braised pork or veal cheek
Up to three years from release
Hand harvested during the second week of October in small, 20 kg.
The grapes are carefully selected for ripeness, potential alcohol between
13 and 14 degrees and excellent health.
he vineyard is over 25 years old.
Cool, pre-fermentation maceration in 15.000 litre tanks, with regular
Once fermentation begins, the cap is also regularly pierced, and the
fermenting juice sprayed over.
The temperature of fermentation is 25 to 27OC, and is followed by a
25 day maceration period.
Spontaneous malolactic fermentation, immediately following the alcoholic
fermentation, lasting around 15 days.
13.5 % Vol.