It is more than three decades since this mysterious Spanish wine was born. The label: Black. The bottle: Burgundy style. The variety: Cabernet Sauvignon. Few had much faith in this project. Certainly, nobody back in 1979, could have dreamed that it would triumph in a Parisian blind tasting against some of the world's most famous wines.
Intense aroma showing all the classic characteristics of the native land of Mas La Plana, together with notes of truffle, toast and wild red berry conserve. Great body and breadth on the palate, with juicy tannins that become balanced and elegant.
Color : intense ruby red
Nose : Intense aroma showing all the classic characteristics of the native land of Mas La Plana, together with notes of truffle, toast and wild red berry conserve
Mouth : Great body and breadth on the palate, with juicy tannins that become balanced and elegant
Alcohol level : 14.7%
Winemaking : Aged for 18 months in new French oak casks (Tronçais and Nevers).
Food pairing : This wine's noble and healthy tannins will complement the best meat and game dishes.
Aging potential : 6 to 9 Years
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