What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Garnet glints / Intense|
|Spicy notes / Higly aromatic / Complex / Fruit aromas / Jammy black fruit / Cocoa / Toasty notes / Mineral notes|
|Flavoursome / Fleshy / Ripe tannins / Sweet tannins / Black fruit / Balsamic notes / Mineral notes / Spicy notes / Long / Elegant / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Chicken with raisins and plums, Chicken in a curry sauce, Cow's-milk cheeses , Stewed meats with mushrooms
Ratings and awards
Great depth and balance
This wine has great depth and balance, worth paying the extra money over their other good wines for an occasional treat
|Ageing period||22 months|
|Type of wood||French and american oak|
Although established as such in the year 2000, Bodegas Luzón's origins stem from the union of a succession of Jumilla vine growers since 1916. After the Grupo Fuertes became involved in 2005, they started making significant investments and installing the most advanced equipment in the winery, thereby showing a commitment for the future and for quality. Owning 500 hectares of vineyards and enjoying a team as a workforce that includes land experts, lab technicians, oenologists...