Winemaking & Ageing
Careful selection of exclusive grapes from our oldest vines, less productive and ecologically grown make this varietal Graciano unique and balanced, combining features typical of the grape together with those of the soil and climate. Aging for 10 months in French oak barrels and later resting in our bottle aging hall, provide this wine with an elegant and attractive chromatic strength, highlighted by and intense violet colour and dyed tears.
VISUAL: Outstanding intense blackberry and cherry colour, well covered. Trim with hardly any evolution.
NASAL: Balance fruit compote aromas, ripe berries (black berries, black currants, blue berries…) with balsamic notes and a coffee bean like ending.
TASTE: Tasty, lengthy and persistent. Outstanding tannins
with toasted notes from a good barrel, being fruit the centre of attention.
Navardia & Gastronomy
Car Game casseroles or roast game meat pair the wild berry notes of this wine to perfection.
Suggestions: “Charcoal grilled squab in a red wine sauce”, “Woodcock casserole”, “Hare in chocolate sauce”, “Deer with wild berries
Ideal serving temperature 16ºC
Alcohol (% vol.): 14,0º
Note: due to its peculiar manufacturing conditions, certain settling may eventually occur. Decanting is recommended.
Silver Medal – International Wine&Spirits Competition (Great Britain) 2017