APPELLATION: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León.
VINIFICATION: Sustainable. Harvested by hand. Farmed naturally, without any chemicals. Made from tempranillo grape, destemmed and crushed in the vineyard to protect the quality and the freshness of the fruit. Maceration for up to 7 days and fermentation at 25ºC/77ºF in stainless steel fermentation tanks.
TASTING NOTES: The color is a nice red-violet. The scent is mild with raspberries and cherries in the nose. The taste is fruit-driven and gentle, with silky tannins and a light acidity that makes the wine extremely comfortable in the mouth. Prunes and chocolate in the long aftertaste.
FOOD PAIRING: Fish, spicy food, Pizza, burgers. A great party wine.
PRODUCER: Under the inclemency of a markedly continental climate, although with a shy Atlantic temperament, withstanding a sharp thermal gradient between days and nights, with thermal records marking extreme values, and taking advantage of the troughs and bends of the undulations of the land in which an almost miraculous and favorable microclimate is generated, although with a pluviometric index of the most scarce of the wine regions of Spain, we find Bodegas Fariñas, founded in 1942. Its vineyards are cultivated in soils of different natures, sandy-clayey, sandy, and for the most part covered by a natural pebble tapestry of alluvium that during the night hours gives off the heat accumulated by solar radiation, favoring the vegetative cycle of the Vineyard and ripening of its fruit.