Produced with grapes from the cool Sonsierra zone, the 2014 Garnacha fermented with 16 days of maceration and matured in oak barrels (15% new), where it also underwent malolactic. They started producing this wine in 2008, from a vineyard planted in 1927, a low-yielding and very fresh site. Surprisingly enough, it has more color and feels less evolved and at the same time has more freshness than the 2015. Being a cooler year, 2014 provided a longer cycle, and the grapes achieved better ripeness and especially better balance. 20,000 bottles produced.
- February, 2018, Luis Gutiérrez