Wild Lost Landscapes
98% garnacha tinta, 2% other red varieties (Monastrell, Provechón,…). Indigenous clone.
Rupestris de lot
Old vines, from 35 to 80 years old.
2018 was an atypical year. Higher than average rain, especially in spring. Heavy and constant rainfall. Drier summer, especially from 15th of August to 15th of September. From then the temperature went down, allowing a slow ripening with a late harvest of great quality (between 8th and 30th of October).
Deep clay soil with pebbles on the surface.
Vineyards located between 750 and 1000m above the sea level.
Latitude: 40º 27´21’’/ Longitude: 1º 45’43’’
Goblet Pruning: three arms and two shoots/arm. No cover crop.
Cold pre-fermentative maceration (3 days) and 3 weeks of fermentation/maceration. Native yeasts.
6 months of aging on fine lees in concrete tanks with periodic battonages.
Notes of black amber plum, blueberries, blackberries, borage flower and thyme, with a menthol background.
Ideal to enjoy with friends by the glass and with some snacks. We propose also a regional dish: Ternasco, the young lamb from Aragón. Try accompanying it with oven roasted potatoes.
The liturgy of the wine service recommends tasting it between 14-16°C with a glass such as Riedel Hermitage, but we will be pleased if you enjoy it with what, when and however you choose.