£29.95/ 0.75 L btl
After maceration lasting 30 days, with daily stirring by hand, the wine is drawn off into new French oak barrels (60% Allier 40% Vosges) for undergoing malolactic fermentation. The wine is aged for 16 months and finally bottled without filtration, remaining for at least 6 months in bottle before being released.
A dark cherry-red colour, there is complexity on the nose, revealing aromas of black fruits (blueberries), with spicy and mineral hints. On the palate, this wine is flavoursome, meaty, and dense, with ripe tannins and a fruit-filled, lengthy finish.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red|
|Higly aromatic / Black fruit / Spices / Mineral|
|Balanced / Fresh / Ripe tannins / Persistent|
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|Vine age||Between 80 and 150 years|
Bodega Suertes del Marqués
Bodega Soagranorte lies in 9 hectares of vineyards, situated on the island of Tenerife and right in the middle of La Orotava (Las Suertes), a famous wine-growing area. The estate extends over lands that vary in altitude from 350 to almost 700 metres above sea level.The majority of the vineyard site is taken up with centuries-old vines of the Listán Negro and Blanc grape varieties, grown on a multiple cordon system; in the rest of the vineyard there is a mixture of both young...