Rojo y Negro 2010
La uva Giró es similar a la Garnacha y autóctona de la zona de Marina Alta. La bodega quiso recuperar en 1978 los mejores terrenos de dicha región para elaborar este tinto. Aroma potente, especias, balsámico y cerezas; muy buena acidez, persistente.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
Produced exclusively with Giró grapes, an old local strain of Garnacha found in the old mountain vineyards of Alicante, sourced from the Parcent zone vineyards, the 2010 Rojo y Negro feels perfectly ripe and developed. It opens to subtle and polished aromas of flowers, red berries, blood and a hint of spices. The palate is very polished and approachable with very fine tannins and good acidity. This is a wine that is sold when it's ready to drink, which is a very good idea as people tend to drink the reds too early. So it's really drinkable now, though with the good balance and freshness it should also evolve in bottle.