Made with grapes from the "El Camino Blanco" estate located in Anguix at an altitude of 835 metres above sea level, characterised by its deep sandy loam and stony soil that gives this wine a striking and distinctive mineral flavour. Fermented with indigenous yeasts from the grapes themselves, accentuating its particular typicity. Resting in Burgundy bottles for at least a year after 12 months in French oak barrels ensures perfect maturity.
Intense ruby red colour with violet tones.
Expressive and intense bouquet with aromas of ripe dark berries. Mineral, plant and spicy aromas, entirely unusual for this variety in Ribera del Duero, also stand out. The aromas evolve over time, with mineral aromas becoming even more predominant and the typical aromas from the barrel coming to the fore.
It is balanced and flavourful on the palate, with a perfect balance between tannins and acidity, a full-bodied, well-structured wine with pleasant tannins and fresh and mellow flavours.