What does this wine taste like?
|Purplish red / Intense|
|Expressive / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Black fruit / Spicy notes / Cedar wood|
|Fruit-forward / Intense / Ripe tannins|
Drinking and storing
Pasta, Cooked sausages, Red meats, Grilled meat, Chicken, Turkey, Stews, Casseroles, Semi-cured cheeses, Cured cheeses
|Ageing period||4 months|
|Type of wood||French and american oak|
A small winery making great wines, located at Villanueva de Campeán, some 30 km to the south of Zamora, in the midst of ‘Tierra del Vino’ (Land of the Wine) country. The predominant variety used is Tinta de Toro, also known as Tempranillo. With this local indigenous variety they combine Prieto Picudo and Mencía, originating from vineyards that are fairly old and low-yielding in Bierzo and León. The winery has more than 30 parcels of old vineyards, some boasting grapevines...