Visual phase: Wine with a medium red-violet intense layer with certain nuances in aging tones, clean, bright and abundant tears.
Aromatic phase: Very aromatic wine where the balsamic and spicy aromas of a good wood predominate. Whilst keeping the fruity aromas.
Taste phase: Wine with friendly tannins, round and fresh, light in the mouth. And in turn persistent. Balsamic flavours predominate, red fruits and light toasted flavour. Very fruity, retaining the characters of the Carbonic Maceration.
Type of elaboration
Type of elaboration: Carbonic Maceration.
Varieties of grapes: Tempranillo 85%, Granache 10% and Viura 5%.
Elaboration: From grapes grown in our vineyards of San Vicente De La Sonsierra. Good solar exposure during the maturation period, great contrasts of temperature between day and night thus achieving a perfect maturation.
Types of ground: Clay.
After four generations we continue to make our wine in the original cellar with traditional methods in open concrete containers. The cellar dates back to 1870.
After a rigorous monitoring of maturation, the harvest is done by hand which allows a selection of grapes. The elaboration is done by the traditional method of carbonic maceration that involves the transformation of the grape into wine, introducing the whole bunches with the greatest care not to break the fruit in open concrete containers.