The Castelão, Aragoneze Alicante Bouschet vineyards are the oldest in the property, planted over 20 years ago, in argil-calcareous soils from the Jurassic period, with solar exposition from the northwest. The wine producers' effort all year round originates high quality grapes, apt for the production of KOSHER wine. The average yield of the vines is 30hL/ha.
After a natural stabilization, the wine was softly filtered and is going to be bottled in early May 2010. lt staged in bottles for 6 months, allowing it to evolve in both aroma and taste.
|Btl. Capac||0.75 Liter|
|Grape varietal 2||Aragonez|
|Grape varietal 3||Alicante Bouchet|
|Service Temperature:||16ºC - 18ºC|
|Tasting notes||Presents a ruby color with bright cherry reflections|
|Palate||The taste is well balanced, full-bodied and slightly acidic, adding some freshness to the wine, the tannins are well integrated. The aftertaste is long and pleasant|
|Nose||The nose is intense and reveals a grapefruits, black prunes and grape variety notes bouquet|
|Wine Pairing||It's well served with Jewish cuisine aswell as roasted meat with young potatoes|
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