This wine is harvested in boxes, wild yeast, fermentation in open fermenters and malolactic in Burgundy and Bordeaux French oak barrels. 100% bull ink. 8 months on lees with batonage. Bottling without filtering or clarification. The pure flavor of one of the oldest tempranillos in Spain, without interference from the American patron. From the only DO that resisted the attack of phylloxera. Located in the area of most famous wine production in the Spain of the Middle Ages mentioned by Alfonso IX (King of León, XII century), Archpriest of Hita, Quevedo, Luis de Gongora or Miguel de Cervantes. In Seville, in the 14th century, the sale of any foreign wine was forbidden except the Toro wine and it was the wine that the discoverers of America had brought. Broad, soft in texture, very fruity, dark berries softly sweet, and tannic. Very long.This dense wine dyed ruby-purple shows copious aromas of cassis cream, blackberries, licorice and coal. With body, enveloping, long and rich.
Intense dark cherry red color, with a garnet red border. Intense aromas of ripe black fruit, lightly sweet spices, roasted and spicy notes, mineral hints and a touch of pepper and licorice. The wine is intense, full, half dry, and the mature tannins and perfectly adapted to acid ensure the perfect balance in the structure. Medium to long aftertaste, with black fruit, lots of spices and smoke.
Serve the wine by 17-19 degrees, and like wild game, red meat or lamb. We recommend to acidify my wine. 1 hour before serving.