The grapes come mainly from old, hillside, low yield Garnacha vineyards at an altitude between 700 and 1.000 metres. The vines are planted mostly in metamorphic rocks and clay gravel soils.
The grapes come from Garnacha vineyards located high on the hillsides at 700 - 1.000 meters above sea level. The vineyards are planted in mainly decomposed slate and gravely clay soils. Both alcoholic fermentation and maceration were carried out in stainless-steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Gentle pump-overs are carried out to fully respect the aromas of the Garnacha variety. After malolactic fermentation, it is stored in stainless-steel tanks until bottling.
Color of intense dark cherry with a violet edge. Intense nose, dominated by ripe red fruits (raspberry, currant) together with spicy and mineral notes. A very fresh and fruity wine, full-bodied, pleasantly tannic with a light spice on the finish.
Wine of great versatility that can be paired with soft dressing salads, spoon stews, jelly-like meats, pasta, mushrooms, charcuterie, white and blue fish, soft cheeses, goat cheeses, white and red meats, roasted lamb and / or pork.
It is recommended to store this wine in places devoid of foreign odors with a temperature not exceeding 18 ºC and a controlled humidity.
To fully enjoy this wine, temperature must be between 15 ºC and 18 ºC