An inviting nose of agave, fresh herbs and wildflowers leads to a soft, creamy, medium-bodied palate brimming with generous notes of vanilla, cocoa, spice, anise and roasted agave. A subtle spiciness appears on the long finish.
(84°) Aromatic layers of smoke, butter, charred eucalyptus and bacon fat merge with nuanced notes of English cucumbers. Rich, mouthfilling flavors of smoky butterscotch, fire-scorched marshmallows and dark caramel are matched with mouth-watering acidity that features hints of fresh juniper and green walnuts on the lengthy and complex finish.
Bacanora remained an insider secret and a local treasure until 1992, when the ban on production and distribution was lifted. Cielo Rojo is the first premium Bacanora to be imported into the United States.