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Grapes used for this wine come from old vineyards (an average of forty years old) from the notheast of Jumilla, at 700 meters high. These grapes were harvested by hand during the third week of October.
Once the fermentation is finished the wine is moved to new French and American oak barrels. The wine stays in the barrels for four months.
Intense, deep, red cherry color. Very atractive fruity aromas, thouches of ripe fruit and new wood.
Food Pairing: Rices, stewed meats, sausage, roasted or grilled meats, and medium cheeses.
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