Bodegas Castaño – Casa de la Cera
Winemaking happens at exactly fifteen days put in new French and American oak barrels with a controlled temperature of 26-28ºC.
The deep, garnet red color as well as its intense, complex and balsamic aromas gives more appeal to the wine as a whole, which made it possible for Casa de la Sera to have a good position in the wine industry.
Tint: Deep, garnet red, shiny
Aroma: Intense, complex, balsamic
Flavour: Ripe red plum, dark wild berries
Flavour Finish: Long, elegant with sweet cocoa touch
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Lamb
Grapes: 50% Monastrell, 50% Garnacha Tintorera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Bodegas Castaño – Casa de la Cera 2012
GUIA REPSOL, Recognition won: 93 pts.
Bodegas Castaño – Casa de la Cera 2011
EL MUNDO VINO, Recognition won: 16.5 pts.
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE, Recognition won: Commended
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