Limited production, vineyards over 100 years old. A complex and elegant wine.
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95% Tempranillo, 5% Albillo.
2,655 Bordeaux bottles of 750 milliliters,
1174 magnums of 1500 ml and bottles of 3, 5, 9, 15 and 27 liters
The main characteristic of the grapes used to make this wine lies in the versatility of the land from which they come and this diversity is able to achieve the complexity that exists after the wine. In such a way that always starting from centuries-old vineyards of the Ribera del Duero, we look for the best grapes of limestone, clayey, stony ground .... located at different altitudes.
ELABORATION AND AGING
The grapes will always reach the winery in boxes of 10-15 kg, once harvested with an exhaustive selection. The moment of this collection will mark us the different rates of maturation made, until finding the exact moment for it.
After a second selection already in the cellar, the clusters, always whole, with their own scrap, are going to be carefully deposited in a French oak vat of 5800 l. capacity.
Every day a light step is taken before the start of the alcoholic fermentation. After the beginning of the fermentation, in addition to the treading of bunches, the appropriate bazuqueos were made. 18 days after the encubado, the wine was discovered and introduced in 15 new French oak barrels from different forests, to achieve the aromatic complexity that characterizes it; The stay in barrel lasted from mid-November 2012 until July 2014, when the wine was bottled.
Bottled on waning moon day.
Clean, bright, with a high layer, intense cherry red color with violet nuances.
The great diversity of aromas, confer a high complexity to the wine, finding in the first place the ripe red and black fruit, together with the spicy and balsamic tones, finally being enslaved to the previous aromas appear light toasted and caramelised tones.
The high volume in the mouth, denotes unctuous and velvety sensations, making the passage of mouth a fine and pleasant sensation.
In retronasal we remember again the great aromatic complexity that we perceived in the olfactory phase.