The young Argentine artist Mauricio Lencina, has shared his painting Illogical Forms #2 from his 2017 collection to complement an exceptional creation by our youngest and most talented winemakers. Painting and wine seem to arise from an analogous intuition in which the combination of varieties is reflected in the powerful contrast of colors.
Our oenologist preferred to make this wine as Vino de la Tierra de Castilla since the quality of this region is universally known, both for its wines made from native varieties and for those made with foreign varieties that have been exceptionally acclimatized in this mighty land. Today the wines of Tierra de Castilla compete with advantage with wines from Chile or Australia, among others.
To make this delicious wine, the grapes were harvested by hand and in boxes, carrying out a first selection in vineyards. Once the grapes arrived at the winery, a second selection was made at special tables.
Later, each variety and estate was aged separately for 6 months in French and American oak barrels, which gave the tannins the roundness and distinctive toasted notes that characterize its aromatic bouquet.
Tasting Notes Intense ruby red with violet hues.
On the nose, toasted notes stand out, combined with subtle aromas of violets, red fruits, such as strawberries or blueberries, and liquorice.
Sweet at first, full-bodied, silky, voluptuous and balanced on the palate. This excellent wine is reminiscent of berries and licorice.
Its aftertaste is long, with notes of sweet vanilla and toffee.