Señorío de Otazu

Vintage: 2009
Winemaker: José Luis Ruiz
Type of Wine: Red
Bottles Produced: 19600 Per Year
Region: - Multiple Denominations
Composition: Cabernet Sauvignon 85%, Merlot 10% and Tempranillo 5% Per Year
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Wine Description

A blend of the best grapes from Otazu vineyards. Individuall manual harvesting of each grape variety and plot. Cold maceration for one week before fermentation at 28 degrees C. Aged in new French oak barrels for 17 months.

Tasting Notes

Dark-cherry red, deep and brilliant.

Very subtle nose dominated by intense, fresh dark fruit. Spicy, balsamic and mineral notes.

A wine with outstanding complexity and elegance. Pleasant in the mouth with notes of fresh fruits and where the wood is perfectly integrated. 

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Optimal Serving Temperature: 16°C
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Pairing(s): Small hunting
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