Rigour advised our ancestors to have a fixed measure as a standard in transactions. To guarantee the integrity and immutability of the valuable measure, they had the “house of weights” where the measure was kept under lock and key. And although with the passing of time the standards have changed, the responsibility and stringency are the same as in years gone by.
TYPE: Red wine.
AGEING: 18 months in French oak.
VARIETIES: Red Grenache, Merlot, Syrah and Carignan.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14,5%.
BEST CONSUMED: 12 years. Serve at approximately 16 ºC.
HARVEST: Manual harvest in box and palot.
Red wine with intense color, tones of violet and many layers. In the nose it presents a complex aroma of red fruits (raspberries, blueberries…), plum, raisins, cocoa and toasted coffee notes. Soft entry on the palate, sweet and fat with well-rounded evolution, tannin has sweetness intensified by the alcohol. The finish is reminiscent of cherry jam. Long aftertaste. Unfiltered wine. Given its concentration it may produce precipitates.
Stewed meats and game, cured cheeses and chocolates.
Decanter World Wine Awards 2017 – Bronze medal