Clear deep ruby-purple colour. Clean and distinguished aromas of black cherries, strawberries, roasted coffee
beans and chocolate. On the palate, notes of berry jam, balanced with light vanilla, a hint of milk chocolate
and roasted Java bean. The wine is luscious, full-bodied, with firm but ripe velvety tannins and a long finish.
Phoenicians brought the vine to these lands. Romans spread it throughout the peninsula. Today, its role is prominent in La Mancha's local culture.
Vines : +30 year old. Head trained, spur bush vines on Spanish plateau altitude: 600 - 800 m. Yields: 25 hl/ha. Harvests: The second half of September. Ageing: 4 months in 1-2 year old French oak barrels.