High robe with intense cherry-red colour. Dense tears clean, bright and extremely well presented.
Beautiful nose intensity ripened raspberries, cassis, liquorice beautiful and fine species as black pepper and nutmeg.
The taste is silky and dense, with sweet and velvety tannins. Harmonic tone to the palate. Long and elegant mouth finish.
The Tempranillo grapes used in this wine come exclusively from Family Selection vines older than 60 years from La Horra. Soils are clay, sandy and gravels with an altitude between 800-840 meters. After being hand-harvested and undergoing cluster selection in the vineyards, the grapes are destemmed and go through gravity-controlled tank of 7,500 L, with two to four days of cold-skin maceration prior to fermentation. An additional two months of maturation follow, with malolactic fermentation taking place. The wine is aged for fifteen months in new oak barrels. It is then aged an additional one year in bottle before leaving the cellar.
The 2014 harvest was characterized by a high yield production. The climatology conditions were very good along the cycle, very healthy vintage and especially along September. The early harvesting September 26th-October 3rd gave to the wines powerful fruit aromas, sweet tannins, intense colour and adequate acidity for aging into barrels accompanied by a proper degree of alcohol.
The 2014 vintage was qualified as VERY GOOD.
This wine is ideally served at room temperature (16ºC- 61ºF) to accompany steak, venison and other hearty fare such as stews and roast, as hard cheeses as well. We suggest decanting.
Recomended consumption time from now until 2029.