Tasting Notes: The wine is a deep-red cherry colour with purple tones at the edges. Intense aroma, good combination of black berries with toasted nuances from the oak on the nose with balsamic and spicy undertones. On the palate it is meaty with very fine and ripe tannins and a long and persistent aftertaste.
Variety: 100% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo).
Food Matching: Ideal for red meats, lamb, larger game, cheeses and seafood in sauce.
Climate: Extreme continental climate.
Geology: Round stones, and a sandy light color top soil with a very low content of organic compounds.
Vinification: Following selection, the grapes were destemmed, crushed and the must underwent cold maceration at 10º C for four days prior to fermentation, which took place at a constant 28º C. The total maceration period lasted approximately 20 days.
Aging: American Oak for 9 Months.