A wine where attention has been paid to the smallest detail. Its secret lies in the origin of its grapes. Hundred-year-old Tempranillo vines with very low yields, harvested in small tubs and selected at the crush pad. It was aged for 24 months in barrels made of French Allier oak with three years curing time. It stands out for its surprising power and freshness. Cherry-red with a purple rim, its aromas open up after gentle airing into generous red fruit notes, harmonised with the oak nuances.
It has a good attack with moderate acidity full-bodied and good tannic structure to lead into a long, pleasant finish. On the palate is ample, thick, intense, ripe fruits and spices.
Any kind of meat. It matches with grilled or fried potatoes, mushrooms or ham. Some tasty or oily fish such as tuna, cod. Medium-aged cheese and berry dessert.