Tinta from Old Vines
Traditionally cultivated bush vines at an average altitude of 950m on stale slopes that have little organic content but excellent aeration. The vines are on overage 60 years old an produce less than 1kg of grapes per plant.
The harvest is done by hand using boxes of 400kg. The grapes are chilled and then hand picked on selection tables, removing any unwanted bunches.
THE WINEMAKING PROCESS
Traditional fermentation. The alcoholic and malolatic fermetantions are carried out in stainless steel tanks with a capacity of 10.000kg.
The wine was aged for twelve months in selected medium-toasted French oak barrels.
visual: Intense cherry with ruby tones.
Aromas: Attractive aromas of ripe red fruits and flowers, a touch of toasty wood and spice from the barrel aging.
Mouth: Smooth, full bodied, rich in flavour with a long elegant finish.
Pairing and serving: Iberian, game meats, grilled meat and t-bone steak. Ideally served at a temperature of 16ºC – 18ºC.