Ibericos takes its name from the Iberian Peninsula, a land of lonely oaks and ancient vineyards. This noble wine from the Torres family, made with the tempranillo varietal, is aged for 12 months in oak barrels and for a long time in the bottle. Thus, the wine speaks to us of the land it comes from and its origins with aromas of forest fruits and spices. On the palate, it speaks to us of the passing of time, smooth, elegant and long.
Deep red cherry colour. On the nose it reveals notes of black ripened fruits and spicy aromas (cocoa and nutmeg) from the wood. Silky entrance in the mouth with pleasant tannins. Long and spicy aftertaste.
Additional tasting notes
Color : deep red cherry.
Nose : notes of black ripened fruits and spicy aromas (cocoa and nutmeg) from the wood.
Mouth : silky entrance in the mouth with pleasant tannins. Long and spicy aftertaste.
Alcohol level : 14.0%
Winemaking : 12 months in American and French oak barrels. Part in new barrels.
Food pairing : owing to the tannic and fruity characteristics, this wine pairs well with a great variety of meat dishes including roasts and game.
Aging potential : 5 to 8 Years
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