Type of wine
Gran Reserva red with the Rueda designation of origin
Made with 85% Tempranillo variety and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.
The alcoholic fermentation is carried out in self-emptying vats at 26-28ºC, pumped over on a daily basis. This fermentation lasts for around 10 days.
The malolactic fermentation is carried out and the ageing process is continued in American and French oak vats for twenty-four months, followed by a period of thirty-seven months in the bottle. Up to the month of November 2002, when the wine was labelled, there were 4,000 numbered bottles.
It has an attractive dark and lively cherry red colour with light garnet undertones. On the nose, it shows a mature character of the varieties with which it was made, together with an abundance of red fruits, cassis, roasts and a light hint of leather. In the mouth, it is round and smooth with a prominent presence of ripe fruits and paprika. It is elegant and has a lasting finish.
750 ml bottles.
Presentation per box: 12 bottles