Wine of Spain
Tempranillo vines are planted on clay-limestone and sandy soils, from large karst and chalk trays. The vineyards are planted near Castile, near Madrid, at an average altitude of 400m, where conditions are cooler at night. The vineyard enjoys warm sunshine and very little rainfall, which allows the grapes to develop without disease pressure to optimum ripeness.
Expressive red fruits and cherry with notes of cocoa and sweet spice. Rich red fruit flavours and soft tannins.
Perfect with barbeque steak, paella or an aged cheddar.Download tasting notes