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Designation of origin:
Bierzo
Grape variety:
Mencía
Harvest:
2017
Vineyard:
Head-pruned vines older than 80 years old.
Soil:
Clay with pebble surface.
Elaboration:
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. Aged for six months “sur lie” in French and American oak barrels. Bottled without clarifying.
Alcohol content:
14,0%Vol
Annual production:
32,000 bottles
Tasting notes:
Cherry red color with violet tones, clear.

Intense, fresh and elegant nose where sensations of berry, strawberry and raspberry as well as floral notes of violets dominate. In the background, but very well integrated, hints of vanilla, tobacco and minerals.

Elegant and silky on the palate. The attack is fresh, with berry sensations. Rounded, soft and silky tannins. With its balanced acidity, this wine shows a clear Atlantic character, where the freshness and varietal notes dominate in perfect harmony with the wood aromas which add background complexity to the wine.
Guides ranking:
91 points Guía Peñín 2014 | 91 points Guía Peñín 2015
90 points Guía Peñín 2016
90 points Decanter (Bierzo Expert Choice, March of 2017)
90 points Guía Peñín 2018
94 points James Suckling 2017
95 points James Suckling 2018
90 points Guía Peñín 2019
92 points Guía ABC 2019