Additional tasting notes
Color : Deep red with purple hues.
Nose : Intense and pleasant with notes of ripe black fruit and liquorice.
Mouth : Ample attack, the tannins are numerous and assertive. A structured and balanced wine. Long finish on spices.
Alcohol level : 15%
Winemaking : Fermented in stainless steel vats and aged in barrels for 12 months.
Food pairing : Grilled rib of beef, roasted chorizo, blue-veined cheeses.
Aging potential : 5 to 7 years.
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