Wine-making: Hand harvesting of the best bunches of our Corella graciano in 8kg crates. Alcoholic fermentation, with native yeasts, in 500 litre French, oak barrels. Gentle clarification and filtration, without stabilization.
Ageing: Malolactic fermentation and ageing for 12 months in two-year old, 300 litre French, oak barrels.
Tasting Notes: APPEARANCE: Clear, bright, mid-intensity, garnet color. NOSE: Clean and intense. Fruits of the forest and red fruit aromas with hints of earthiness and spice. PALATE: Dry and fresh, marked acidity. Broad and balanced, full and meaty with flavors of fruits of the forest and spice. Some attractive bitterness and green notes, characteristic of the grape variety. A wine with minerality and distinctive character. Persistent on the palate.
Pairing: It is an excellent wine to combine with game, meat stews and duck magret.