MONTES BELLOS DEL BURADÒN
GRAPE: 70% Tempranillo, 30% Viura
APPELLATION: Rioja DOCa
VINIFICATION: Manual harvest in 18 Kg crates. The whole grape was subjected to daily treading and pigéage. Natural fermentation and maceration for 30 days and natural malolactic in 500 liter barrels.
TASTING NOTES: It is a concentrated red wine with aromas of ripe black fruit, herbaceous notes and hints of spice and oak. In the mouth it is unctuous, fruity and well structured. A medium-bodied wine with fine tannins, refreshing acidity and a long finish with spicy hints.
FOOD PAIRING: Roast beef, pasta, pasta, spicy food.
- 96 Pts by Tim Atkin; vntg 2021
Carlos Sánchez, who defines himself as a winegrower, studied teaching, although he soon realized that the viticulture and what surrounds the world of wine mean much more to him. The philosophy behind his wines is to produce pure wines, with minimal intervention in the vineyard and in the winery.
Carlos seeks to reflect the places and towns where the grapes come from. Little interventionist elaboration, natural wines that represent the areas where they are produced, moving away from globalization and large productions.