Grapes used to produce this wine come from old vineyards. Chalky and stony soils, poor in nutrients, are ideal for the growing of the Monastrell variety, with a low yield of about 2.500 kg/Ha. This wine has been matured in contact with French wood.
Deep purple/black color. Explosive aromas of ripe currant, red berries and smoked notes. Rich, powerful and voluminous on the attack, a huge mouthful of cr?me-decassis concentration, silken and juicy in the mid-palate with excellent length and persistence, and a long spicy wellbalanced finish including toasted notes provided by the French wood.
Region: Jumilla, Spain.
Food pairings: Rices with meat, stewed meat, stewed vegetable, mushroom, poultry, sauces fish, smoked seafood, blue and cured cheese, red meat, roast and baked meat.