£ 58.25/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Salinas 1237 2014
Bottle size and vintage
Made from 34-year-old Monastrell, 24-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon, 50-year-old Alicante Bouschet and 6-year-old Petit Verdot strains, grown at 680 meters above sea level on limestone-stony soils poor in organic matter, manually harvested. Malolactic fermentation and aging on lees in new French oak barrels for 21 months.
Of an intense and bright garnet of high layer, in nose it is complex, with great load of ripe red fruit (strawberry, currant); Very clean and elegant. The palate is juicy, with a ripe fruit very present, creamy notes, toffee, licorice and balsamic with low mountain memories. Very elegant and well assembled, round, long and persistent.
- ViewBright / Garnet / Opaque / Intense
- Bouquet:Complex / Ripe red fruit / Elegant / Strawberries / Clean / Fruit aromas / Redcurrants
- Mouth:Structured / Elegant / Persistent / Long / Juicy / Liquorice / Creamy / Ripe fruit / Rounded / Balsamic notes / Toffee / Undergrowth notes
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 17ºC and 18ºC
Bodegas Sierra Salinas
The boundary where the province of Alicante meets Murcia is the location for the Bodegas Sierra Salinas vineyards, parcels of land that were purchased by the Castaño family in the year 2000 in a strong show of commitment to the Monastrell grape variety, technology (without forgetting the legacy of past generations) and quality at every stage of production. Both the estate and the winery are situated in the foothills of the Sierra de Salina, north of Alicante, within the muni...