A single varietal Garnacha from vines planted on a sloping hillside in slaty soil.
Aged for 15 months in French oak barrels.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Garnet rim|
|Floral scents / Fruit aromas / Candied fruit / Balsamic notes / Mineral notes / Sweet spices / Oak|
|Flavoursome / Powerful / Long / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Ratings and awards
|Ageing period||15 months|
|Type of wood||French oak|
|Clarification and filtration||Bottled unfined and unfiltered|
|Vine age||30 years|
|Soil||Schist / Slate / Quartz|
Maldivinas came into being in 2006, arising from the passion for wine felt by Guillermo Fernández and Carlos Arenas. The winery is to be found at Cebreros (Ávila), an area well-known for its wine-making tradition. They own 3 parcels outright, 1 transferred to them and another which they manage. There they grow the indigenous grape Garnacha, on slate and granite soils, at an altitude of over 800 metres. The vines range in age between 20 and over 85 years old. At Maldivinas they...