The high-acid Graciano is the last one of their grapes to be harvested, in their vineyards around the village of Corella. Following a light maceration the wine ferments in steel. 25% of the wine is racked into French oak for malolactic, the rest happens in steel. The wines were blended and stayed 9 months on their lees in French barrels.
Color: Clear, medium intensity, ruby color wine.
Nose: Clean, high intensity fresh aromas of black fruit such us blackberry, blackcurrant, also black pepper, cedar and
Finish: Dry and fresh, soft tannins and medium body. Black fruit flavours, mineral hints and a long finish.