£45.00/ 0.75 L btl
Made from grapes sourced from the El Ciruelo plot, a vineyard of barely 0.75 ha, located at an altitude of 500-550 metres and facing north, whose name comes from a centuries-old plum tree that is also found growing in the vineyard.
It is virtually a Listán Negro single varietal (97%), originating from grapevines more than 90 years old, ungrafted root stock, with a small amount of Listán Blanco.
Aged for 12 months on its own lees in 500L French oak barrels.
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|Ageing period||11 months|
|Type of wood||French oak|
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