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Tinto de añada (dry young red wine)


From old vines, harvested when totally ripe. Maceration along all the alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks is conserved in barrel 3 months after malolactic fermentation and bottled in spring. The wine can keep its character for two years at least.

Basic data Tinto de añada (dry young red wine)

Alcoholic degree:
12,5 % vol.

Grapes:
Ull de Llebre (also called Tempranillo)

Gastronomy/Pairing:
Serve between 15 and 18 ºC (59-64 ºF). Good with fine cheese, stewed meat or typical Spanish “paellas”. In some occasions you can enjoy it even with fish.

Tasting note Tinto de añada (dry young red wine)

View:
Red cerise.

Nose:
Intense aroma of red fruits and some floral notes.

Mouth:
In the palate is an intense wine, balanced in acidity and with soft and agreeable tannin.

Product sheet
Date: May 02, 2014