Grape variety: Tempranillo 100%. Average production 4.100 kg/Ha
Soil: Stone, clay and calcareous with calcareous subsoil
Location of the vineyards: La Horra (Burgos)
Crop type: Eco-ground
Malolactic fermentation: during 3 months in 300 L oak barrel
Aged 21 months in 225 L and 300 L Spanish oak barrels.
Bottled: March 2019
Alcohol: 14,5% by Vol.
Production: numbered 2.540 bottles. 750 ML.
Visual appearance: Deep red cherry with violet edge. Deep color. High density
Aroma: Fresh fruit, floral tones, lower forest, humus, moist soil, balsamic. Serious, deep and dark. The minerality and earth characters expressed to the fullest.
Palate: Elegant, long, with very good structure and fatty. Essence of minerality, great balance in combining fruit, wood and soil.
Self life between now and 20 years.
Recommended serving temperature 19 ºC
Suitable pairings: meat, game, dry meat
Hispania 2009. Silver medal DWWA 2015, Decanter Magazine