100% Tinta de Toro
Selection of vineyards of up to 90 years with limited production, settled in poor land and cultivated naturally with biodynamic techniques.
Manual harvest that takes place during the first 15 days of the month of October.
Maceration for 14 days. Spontaneous fermentation in 15.000 kg concrete tanks.malolactic fermentation takes place in these same tanks. Wine without ltering and non-aggressive clarification.
14 months in French and Eastern oak barrels of second use.
Visual: ruby red.
Nose: intense aroma of chocolate black fruits and vanilla.
Palate: silky and round, very unctuous with light shades of glycerin. Memories of fruits and mineral notes.
Matsu, which in Japanese means waiting, is a tribute to all the winegrowers who, for generations, have worked the vineyard dedicating their effort, wisdom, respect and sacrifice. The D. O. Toro has a dry climate, extreme temperatures and centuries-old vines that are cared for by traditional methods following the Times marked by nature. The wines retain the power of the denomination by combining it with an enveloping softness. The three generations of the Royal winegrowers who illustrate each bottle represent their relationship with the land, proper to their age and their vital stage.
Gold medal. Mundus Vini 2017. Vintage 2014.
Gold medal. Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards 2017. Vintage 2013.
Silver medal. Decanter World Wine Awards 2017. Vintage 2014.
Silver medal. Mundus Vini 2018. Vintage 2015.
91 points. Wine Enthusiast Magazine. August 2017 and December 2018. Vintages 2013 and 2015.
90 points. Robert Parker Score. Vintage 2012.
Matsu El Recio