D.O Navarra (Spain)
Wine making process
The harvest is carried out between September and October, taking advantage of the freshness of the mornings to preserve the aromas and keep the grapes in perfect conditions. Winemaking using the Navarra traditional technique of “Sangrado”, with a short maceration between 1-2 hours.
Grapes come from the vineyards of Navarra “Baja Montaña”, from the villages of Aibar and San Martín de Unx. Coupage of different plots of the Garnacha variety located at an altitude between 1312 and 1640 ft. “Valdemurillo”, a 37 acres vineyard with sand and limestone soil and “La Francesa”, a 10 acres vineyard with marl and pebbles soil.
Pale pink with hints of peach, clean and bright.
Subtle explosion of fresh red fruit, citrus with a marked thiolic character that shows the production area.
Fresh, delicate, elegant, balanced with an aftertaste reminiscent of sanguine orange.
Type of Wine
Goes well with duck, pork, pasta and cheese-based salads.