Nose

Intense aromas of fruit. Reminds of black plums, ripe strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. The oak aging adds vanilla, cedar, and cocoa undertones.

Palate

Wide palate with defined flavors and good character. Red and black fruits such as plums and wild berries can be appreciated as it flows with a mineral aftertaste that builds up with its texture. Rich and balanced tannic structure with firm and refreshing acidity. Long-lasting and oily finish that reminds of red fruit marmalade with hints of oak.

Growing Conditions

Minimum terroir intervention and tactful winemaking define the complexity of Escorihuela Gascón. high-end wines. The alluvial origin soils from El Cepillo vineyard are deep with sandy loam on its lower section while the higher areas have a rocky profile rich in calcium carbonate (caliche).

Aging

Fermented and aged for 16 months in 400 liters French oak barrels

Appearance

Deep violet-red with bright tones of purple and good density.

Food Pairing

High-fat red meats (sirloin, ribeye, wagyu.)