It is the result of the best Tempranillo grapes that are destemmed.
The grapes are transported to the winery in small boxes to be selected first by clusters and then by grains.
The malolactic fermentation takes place in new French oak barrels in which the wine remains on its lees and matures for 30 months.
Finally stay for 18 months minimum in bottle before going to market.
Colour: Deep cherry red colour with ruby and violet shades.
Aroma: Very intense in the nose with grape variety aromas of blackberry, cassis, raspberry, joined by floral and fruity notes of strawberries and violets. All of them well integrated with the aromas from a fine aging in French oak barrels with hints of coconut, cream, coffee, vanilla.
Taste: Full bodied in the mouth with a remarkable fine sweet tannins.
Wine type: Red. Reserva
Appellation of origin: D.O.Ca. Rioja
Grape variety: 100% Tempranillo
Farming: Traditional farming
Soil: calcareous marls
Harvest: Handpick. October 2010
First vintage: 2001
Nº of bottles produced: 5.000
Fermentation: Malolactic in new French oak barrels.
Aging: 30 months in new French oak barrels.
Bottle size: 0,75cl & 1.5 lt.
Conservation: Cool and dry place. Avoid sunlight
Perfect drinking temperature: 16 ºC
Pairing: Perfect to accompany tables of Iberian sausages, red meats, game meats, spicy dishes and cured cheeses.