From April until mid July temperatures were higher than average that favored the vegetative cycle of the vine. Occassional rainfall in July helped to overcome the high seasonal temperatures. After the veraison the night temperatures dropped significantly meanwhile day temperatures were on average 25 c.
This caused early maturity of the grapes and resulted in an early harvest and
an extraordinary vintage.
Named as the Sanchomartin vine plot, a 1 hectare vineyard that was planted by grafting clones from the oldest vineyards. The wines produced are tannic and have a marked acidity, which makes them ideal for ageing in oak.
An intense deep cherry red color. On the nose it stands out for its intensity and the quality of it´s aroms, supported by the character of one of the best vintage in the last ten years. The tempranillo varietals are perfectly integrated in the ensemble of this wine due to ageing in fine oak barrels. On the palate it is powerful and persistant with silky sweet structured tannins. A long and persistant aftertaste.
The alcoholic fermentation and maceration has been made in stainless steel tanks of small size at a controlled temperature for 28 days. After the malolactic fermentation in french oak barrels. It is aged in French oak barrels.