Vino tinto de Toro

100% Tinta de Toro

JOVEN

Appearance Cherry red with intense brilliance, layered purple hue transparency.
The nose Primaries: red fruits, blackberry, blackcurrant and sloe berries, also lactic aromas.
The mouth Fleshy, sweet tannins, mellow on the palate and lasting finish.

100% Tinta de Toro

CRIANZA

Appearance Medium cherry red, brilliant garnet hue transparency.
The nose Tertiaries: Vanillas, roasts, liquorice, toffee and over ripe grape.
The mouth Well structured, unpolished resiny tannins, spicy retronasal effect.

100% Tinta de Toro

RESERVA

Appearance Ruby red wine, red-iodised transparency.
The nose Tertiaries: weathered wood, leather, fallen leaves, dry citric rind.
The mouth Polished tannins, creaminess and medicinal retronasal effect.

100% Tinta de Toro

GRAN RESERVA

Appearance Slate cherry red, very brilliant, transparent.
The nose Tertiaries, balsamic oils, medicinal, reduced fats, cocoa and liquorice.
The mouth Smooth, compact body with a lasting, spicy and fragrant finish.

90% Tinta de Toro
10% Garnacha

TINTO ROBLE

Appearance Intense Vermilion red colour. Violet-tinged Depth.
The nose Jammy of crystallized red fruit with sweet spices and toasting background
The mouth It feels dense at the overall rapid sensation with fresh retro-olfaction, fruits and scented.

Made with the autochthonous Tinta de Toro variety, whose ampelographic characteristics are similar to the Tempranillo or Tinto Fino varieties, but which, thanks to having been in the area for several centuries, identify it with its own name and personality, different to its fellow grapes.

Use of the word “CRIANZA” on the back label: the wine must be a minimum of two calendar years old and have spent a minimum period of six months in an oak container.

Use of the word “RESERVA” on the back label: the wine must be a minimum of three calendar years old, during which time it is subject to a combined process of aging in oak containers and the bottle. A minimum period of twelve months is established for the wine to be kept in oak containers.

Use of the word “GRAN RESERVA” on the back label: the wine must be a minimum of five calendar years old, during which time it is subject to a combined process of aging in oak containers and the bottle. A minimum period of eighteen months is established for the wine to be kept in oak containers.

The words criado, aged or matured correspond to a demand of the consumer by which the winery adjust the wine’s profile to a combined ageing process where wine remains in barrel and in bottle. The process follows strict guidelines and control of the Designation of Origin.