In a nutshell:
A ripe and easy going Spanish red from a wild and remote part of Castilla y Léon.
This part of Spain has long been a wine producing area, but it a relative newcomer when it comes to high quality wines. The Antòn family, who also have interests in Rioja, spotted the potential and have been making excellent wines here since the mind 2000s. Made from 100% Tempranillo, or Tinta de Toro as its know locally, it's aged in a mix of French and American oak for nine months prior to bottling. The result is a wine that's a deep black cherry in colour and has striking aromas of fresh red and black berry fruit. On the palate, it's well-balanced and structured with a medium to full body and a pleasant, succulent finish.
When to drink:
With plenty of bold flavours it's a good match to things like beef, duck and other rich game game dishes; also strong mature cheeses.
Suitable for Vegans