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Castaño Casa Cisca 2015

Castaño Casa Cisca

2015
Yecla (Spain)
94
PEÑÍN

An intense wine, made from old vines aged around 40 years old. They are planted on dry, stony ground...

£31.83

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Castaño Casa Cisca 2015

Type

Wine Red Crianza

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

15.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2015

Review

An intense wine, made from old vines aged around 40 years old. They are planted on dry, stony ground at an altitude of 800 metres, in a plot of land called “Las Gruesas.”

An intense dark cherry colour, on the nose it displays candied aromas of black fruit, cinnamon and vanilla. It is very pleasant, powerful and well-structured on the palate.

Aged for 12 months in American oak barrels.

Food pairing

Game dishes / Poultry / Spicy dishes / Roast lamb / Roast suckling pig

Vineyard

  • Vine age:60 years
  • Soil:Sand
  • Climate:Mediterranean with continental influence
  • Yields:Low yields

Production

  • Ageing period:16 months
  • Type of wood:French and american oak

Tasting notes

  • ViewPicota cherry red / Intense
  • Bouquet:Sweet spices / Cinnamon / Vanilla / Candied fruit / Fruit aromas / Jammy black fruit
  • Mouth:Powerful / Structured / Pleasant

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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