Bodega: Dehesa La Granja
Marca: Dehesa la Granja
variedad: 100% Tempranillo
vista: Mature picota cherry red colour, with an intense garnet rim and covered in layers.
nariz: Subtle notes of ripe black fruit jam, combined with delicate toasted notes, which meld perfectly with subtle hints of cocoa and some balsamic hints.
boca: The wine is powerful in the mouth, flavourful, meaty and well structured. Endowed with ripe, sweet and high-quality tannins that give it breadth and volume and fill the palate. Bursting with the aromas of ripe fruit in the middle and integrated with the flavour of exquisite wood. Long persistent finish, marked by hints of liquor-infused cherries.
temperatura de servicio: 14 ºC–16 ºC.
consumo: Due to its natural production process, it is important to place the bottle in an upright position an hour before opening it. It is advisable to uncork the bottle half an hour before decanting it. Serve twenty minutes after oxygenating in the decanter.
Combina con: The perfect accompaniment to red meat, such as veal tenderloin with mustard in red wine. It also goes perfectly with feathered game dishes such as stewed squab with mushrooms and truffles or duck with blueberry sauce.
Viñedo y elaboración
descripción: Vineyards located to the southwest of the province of Zamora, on the Dehesa la Granja estate, with a surface area of 800 hectares devoted to livestock farming and different crops, of which 100 hectares are vineyards.
edad: Average of 25 years.
suelo: Formed by sedimentary sandstone, clay and limestone, which give rise to limestone soils on the surface. Loamy materials alternate with coarse and fine-grained sandstone. The altitude of the vineyard ranges between 620 and 750 metres.
clima: Continental climate with arid Atlantic influences. Annual rainfall between 350 and 400 mm. It has extremely cold winters, as well as a great number of hours of sunshine throughout all seasons of the year— factors that favour exceptional grape quality, which is essential to make great wines.
envejecimiento: Aged 24 months in American oak barrels.