12 Months

New french and american oak barrels.


This wine is the result of a rigorous selection process, choosing only the best grapes from the Monastrell and Cabernet Sauvignon variety. The grapes were harvested in the third week of October at their optimum ripening point in 15 kg boxes. The selected fruit was chosen by the same wise hands that did it the previous year. The grapes corresponding to each variety were macerated in contact with the skin and fermented for 20/30 days at a controlled temperature of 28ºC. It has spent 12 months in new french and american oak barrels.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting notes

Intense cherry-red colour with violet shades. Delicate black fruit aroma with high roast and smoky features. Structured, subtle and smart palate, ripe appetising and a sweet tannins marked by elegance.


Beefsteak with mushrooms, hare, partridge, leg of lamb suckling, lamb, smoked meats, stews and rice with meat, hake stewed, salmon, codfish and red tuna, eggplant with parmesan, blue cheese and cured cheese.

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  • Harvested by hand


Protected Designation of Origin


2017 - Wine Spectator - 90p
2017 - James Suckling - 90p
2017 - Wine Enthusiast- 90p
2017 - Vinous- 90p
2017 - Cwwsc 2019 - Gold Medal
2016 - James Suckling - 88 Points
2016 - Gilbert & Gaillard - Gold Medal
2016 - Guía Peñín - 90 Points
2016 - International Wine Awards - Gold