To make this wine we use medium-aged vines, which, as well as adding fruit to the wine, also allow a certain desired concentration due to aging in barrels. The careful selection helps to separate the unripen grapes and use only those that are optimally ripe. Fermentation is spontaneous, with native yeasts; then it continues its maceration with skins, for approximately 12 days. The process ends with aging in French and American oak barrels.
Origin: D.O.P. Cebreros.
Type of wine: Red wine.
Variety: 100% Garnacha.
Production: 10.000 bottles vintage.
Vineyard: 70 acres.
Oak-aged wine: 4 months.
Wine Making: 4 months in french and american oak barrels.
Visual Phase: Intense red, clear and bright, medium layer.
Smelling Phase: Intense scent of ripe fruit and fresh strawberries with mineral notes, giving a set of great aromatic complexity.
Tasting Phase: Balanced and intense, step of mouth silky tannins.
Perfect Pairings: Grilled beef, pork, lamb, ribs, meaty pasta and all varieties of cheeses.
Presentation: Bottle size (750 ml).
Service Temperature: 14–16ºC.