Señorio de peciña tinto crianza 2013
Coming from different vineyards with an approximate average of 40 years old on clay-calcareous soils, it has remained 24 months in American oak barrels previously envied.
During this period, 4 racking operations have been carried out (one every 6 months) using the traditional “Barrica a Barrica” method, thus achieving a decantation of grains by gravity in a natural way and avoiding the use of filters and clarifications, thus maintaining the maximum wine personality After that, he has rested a minimum of 18 months in the bottle, acquiring the balance and structure necessary to obtain a great wine.
Variety: 95% Tempranillo – 3% Graciano – 2% Garnacha
Color: Intense cherry, saffron-like reflections, slightly orange edging.
Aromas: Deep, ripe red fruit, toasted notes and vanilla, jam background.
On the palate: Fresh fruit combined with a light oxidation, tasty, soft, spicy, balanced, pleasant tannin.
Optimum temperature of consumption: 17º to 18º C.