Region: Castilla Y León
Type: Red Wine
The grapes come from two different estates owned by the winery: Navarrendondilla, situated in the province of Ávila, and Peñafiel. The vineyards are home to granitic rock, sandy loam, clay and limestone soils.
The harvest is carried out manually. One the grapes have arrived at the winery, they are incubated whole without being pressed or destemmed. The winemaking process begins with carbonic maceration, which is carried out in stainless steel tanks with native yeasts from the vineyards of the winery. The debourbage process is then carried out, followed by malolactic fermentation in the same tanks. Clarification and stabilization of the wine is done naturally. Before the wine is bottled, it is racked to eliminate possible impurities or solid residues.
This is a medium-bodied red wine, herbal in the nose with notes of raspberry and Amarena cherry. Juicy palate, with dark red fruits and notes of fresh walnut, cacao, and pomegranate.