Tasting Notes: Intense Bigarreau cherry colour. On the nose, prominent aromas of oak ageing (toast, fine notes of coconut and spices) on a backdrop of red fruits that characterise this variety (blackberry and blueberry jam), contributing to its complexity. On the palate it is mouth-filling, presenting notes of jammy fruits (blackberry and cherry) with sweet and spicy but well-structured tannins that guarantee a long life in the bottle, long and persistent aftertaste.
Varieties: 100% Merlot harvested from an exclusive production of 5 hectares.
Winemaking and ageing: Alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperature (26ºC), in stainless steel vats. Ageing for 12 months in 225-litre French oak casks with malolactic fermentation included. Followed by bottle ageing for a minimum of six months.
Alcohol content: 13-14% vol