Region: DOC Rioja, Rioja Alta.

Varietal: Tempranillo 100%.

Alcohol: 14% Volume. 

Production: Barrel fermented.

This wine has been made using the “trasnocho” or shelf wine method in which the skins were left to drain overnight to achieve the essence of the must, which is why it was transformed into a cleaner and higher quality wine. It is the same must that is subsequently used for our reserve wine.

In this case, malolactic fermentation takes place in barrels and three months later it is bottled.

Tasting Notes:

Appearance: Intense cherry red with a high robe, with purple touches on the edge of the glass. Clean and bright with dense tears.

On the nose: Very intense and fine with floral notes at the beginning that are reminiscent of violets and lilacs and give way to a wide range of fruit, strawberry, raspberry and currant aromas. This year the wine has a very mineral character, touches of licorice are also appreciated.

On the Palate: Tasty and meaty sweet entry. It develops abundant flavors of fresh fruit, blackberry, currant and licorice. The fruity character reappears in the aftertaste, leaving a fresh and jovial memory. Friendly long drink wine.