Varieties: 90% Callet, 10% Manto Negro.
Appearance: Clear deep purple.
Nose: Clean medium berry fruit notes & white pepper.
Palate: Ripe black forest fruit, balsamic notes and toasted oak. Tasty, structured & robust, ripe fruit, good acidity & a long finish.
Vinification: Minimal interventionist viticulture, hand harvesting & fermentation in both stainless steel & oak. Aged 14 months in French oak. These quirky winemakers named this flagship bottle after the amount of money they initially invested in their vineyards; 4 million pesetas or about $26,000. Their motto is good winemaking doesn’t depend on economic investment, but ambition.
Recommended Food Pairing: Suckling pig.