Red robe with purple glints. Nose showing quite ripe black fruits (blackcurrant, mulberry) and some floral notes. Lots of roundness in the mouth, combined with fine and elegant tannins.
Pair with braised venison steak, beef brochettes with pepper sauce.
The vines are located in the region of Castilla y Leon, Spain's 3rd largest winegrowing region. They are spread over both sides of the River Duero.
The winery is set on the highland of a small village: Villafranca de Duero, which straddles the two appellations, Toro and Rueda.
With a fruity flavor and aroma, this Spanish red feels balanced and round on the palate. It is easy to drink and can be paired with hard cheeses.