Grape Variety: Mourvèdre 85%, Cabernet sauvignon 15%
Aging: 12 months in second use French oak
Region: Francisco Zarco, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, México
Recommended to drink it fresh with light food or alone. Salmon is very good. Recommended temperature: 16°C (60°F)
Alcohol: 14 %
Cherry, leather, fine herbs, maple, pink pepper. Wine of medium-light intensity, easy to drink but with great dimension on the palate.
Harvest goals for this wine focus on achieving the best possible balance between ripeness and acidity. Wine is fermented at low temperatures (68 ° F) to retain varietal subtle aromas. Aging occurs on second and third use French oak barrels to let the primary aromas stay as protagonists. Before bottling, the wine was stabilized and coarse filtered to eliminate only the bigger solid without losing aromatic complexity.
2019 season starts with a cold and prolonged winter as well as an extended rain season (November to June 18 in), this promises a high yield, high quality vintage. A mild summer produces a grape harvest almost 3 weeks later than previous vintages. The result, grapes with great expression and excellent acidity along with medium intensity tannins.