Grapes: 40% Monastrell, 40% Tempranillo, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyards: Elaborated separately, these three varieties come together to shape a well structured, concentrated and intensely aromatic blend. Rocky but fertile soil with little vegetation.
Tasting Notes: A youthful hue. Sweet berry fruit, with a suggestion of good concentration. Dark, quite intense, a hint of cream too. Quite a bold start, creamed raspberry and blackberry fruit. I sense some alcohol here giving a bold structure, but that layer of pretty fruit is more apparent. Quite fresh despite that firm start. Good core of tannins. Nice backbone, gently structured. Bright, a really nice style, fruit-orientated but with some substance.
Winemaking: Fermentation at a controlled temperature of between 22° and 27°C with selected yeast. Total maceration between 25 and 28 days.
Winemaker: Joaquín Galvez Bauzá Alcohol: 14%