Wine Sierra Cantabria, "Protocolo" Tinto, Tierra de Castilla IGT
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Reviews of purchase Sierra Cantabria, "Protocolo" Tinto, Tierra de Castilla IGT
The wine is ruby red in color.
Well balanced, generous taste of the wine is full of accents of berries: raspberries, currants, as well as fruity and spice touches. The accord demonstrates a good balance of acidity and tannins, developing into a long, sophisticated finish.
The aroma of the wine is intense, velvety, with hints of ripe fruit and light berry hints. The bouquet is decorated with nuances of spices.
Wine is best served with meat dishes, grilled vegetables, stews, stews, cheeses.
Sierra Cantabria, "Protocolo" Tinto is a dry red wine representing the Spanish region of Castile La Mancha. Here, on their own plots of the economy, the Tempranillo variety is grown. Traditional vinification, unswerving adherence to winemaking traditions and the perfect terroir are embodied in a well-structured one. harmonious wine with rich fruit and berry aroma. The organoleptic qualities of this wine are best appreciated by combining it with red meat dishes, mature cheeses, vegetable stews and stews.
The Eguren dynasty has been winemaking in the Rioja region since the 19th century. This highly respected family made a huge contribution to the development of winemaking and was one of the first to create excellent terroir wines, competently combining centuries-old traditions and the latest achievements in the field of winemaking and viticulture. Currently, the Eguren brothers own three farms in Rioja - Bodegas Sierra Cantabria, Senorio de San Vicente and Vinedos de Paganos, the chief oenologist of which is Marcos Eguren, the best specialist in the region. Founded in 1957 by Guillermo Eguren, the Sierra Cantabria winery is located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra in the Rioja region and is known far beyond Spain for its unique wines. The Eguren family believes that every wine should convey all the characteristics of its region, with its unique characteristics of the land and climate, and therefore has been working in this direction for many years.