£11.15/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Casa Castillo 2019
|Type||Red Wine Young Crianza|
|Alcohol content i||15.0%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2019|
Red meats / Cured cheeses / Roasts / Vegetables / Cooked sausages
- Soil:Limestone / Stony
- Vinification material:Wood
- Ageing period:6 months
- Type of wood:French and american oak
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
- Decanting:Aeration is recommended
- ViewPicota cherry red / Intense / Violet glints
- Bouquet:Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Aromatic herbs / Spicy notes
- Mouth:Elegant / Unctuous / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Well-integrated tannins / Spicy notes / Structured / Pleasant finish / Long / Enveloping
A cracking little wine, and not one you feel you need to drink with a select group of oenophiles as it’s so well-priced. Great value, smooth and round on the palate - one that works whether you’re entertaining anyone from wine buffs to the parents-in-law!by: philipdsc (06/03/2017) - Vintage 2015
One of my favourite reds
I have been buying this wine for several years and each vintage proves to be as reliable and flavoursome as previous ones. It is smooth and easy to drink and extremely good value. Give it a try.by: Arild Skjøller Larsen (09/02/2017) - Vintage 2015
Veru good wine.
A red wine with a beautiful colour, a clear bluish red. On the nose black currant, herbs and a hint of sweetness. Long and rich taste, fruity and soft tannins.by: JW (07/10/2019) - Vintage 2017
Highly recommended young red wine - bursting with fruity flavours. I would advise serving slightly lower than room temperature for the best result.by: AFL (14/07/2018) - Vintage 2016
Good depth for an unassuming red!
This wine has plenty of character and presents as great value for money! Well balanced and offers depth and good value.
Wine from Casa Castillo
Casa Castillo was founded in 1941, when Don José Sánchez-Cerezo acquired the estate with the aim of exploiting the rosemary of the mount. Inside the same property was an old winery that, in 1985, the second generation of the family decided to restart. Thus began a new project that included the restructuring of the vineyard and the planting of new varieties. In 1991, the winery building was renovated and two years later the first wine was released. Currently, Casa Castillo...