Wine Spectator 91
" Cola, licorice and leather notes frame plum and tar flavors in this savory red. There's good depth beneath the polished texture, with balanced tannins and balsamic acidity for structure. Monastrell and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2020." – TM
" Selected vintage from low production vines of more than 40 years old , located at 900m altitude. It is handly harvested in 15 kg boxes at its optimum ripening point, going through the selection table before the vinification. We conduct separate vinification processes for each variety.
The malolactic fermentation is done in French and American oak barrel. Once the process is completed, the wine settles for 18 months in those barrels.
Intense and dark cherry red color with purple edges. High layer. Clean and bright. Dense tear that lightly dyes the glass. On the nose it is powerful, very intensefresh. Initially, the elegant notes of the Crianza appear, toasted and balsamic.
When opened, exploits the black fruit touch of very ripe red fruit, almost jam, at some point liquorice with spicycreamy lactic. Fine floral tobacco touches. In the mouth it is powerful, well- structured, fresh and very sweet. Surrounding entry with a smooth and rich taste. " ~ Winery notes
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Ego, talento, infinito are the three identifying words that have been able to make this possible; three words that define what we want to transmit.
Ego: The concept of I.
Talento : The capacity for the performance or execution of an occupation
Infinito : The limitless power of the dream
These three words personify the core of our wines, which combine the results of blending the actions and reactions, successes and failures of our short existence.
The founders have been bound to the wine world for more than a decade; it may seem a little time compared to other wineries, but long enough to feel fascinated by the magical combination of the soil and the native grape variety, the Monastrell.
They have devoted themselves to construct a project that revolves having the best vineyards of the area in order to obtain the best possible fruit to create the liquid that, as Socrates said, transports us to a sweet happiness.