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Alcoholic strength: 14,5% vol.
Classification: D.O. Jumilla.
Grapes: 100% Monastrell.
Vinification: aged for 4 months in French and American barriques. Vines over 40 years old.
Serving temperature: 14°-16°C.
Limpid, with a lively ruby red color, of good consistency.
The nose releases the characteristic scents of this vine. An important floral note, reminiscent of a potpourri of red flowers where the hints of violet and wisteria are the clearest. This is followed by hints of small red and dark berries, but also hard cherry. Closing hints of licorice and, thanks to its passage in wood, evident notes of vanilla.
The sip is very fresh, the tannic component is good, overall well smoothed. Persistent in its aftertaste of fresh red fruit.
A wine that is immediately appreciated, but which can also be tasted after a few years, personally I don’t think beyond six.
A wine to be appreciated throughout the meal, but which best expresses its full potential with grilled meats.
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