Made from grapes grown on vines aged over 60 years old, the wine appears an intense cherry colour. On the nose it releases aromas of fruit, liqueur and cocoa. It boasts a flavoursome and meaty palate, showing creaminess and warmth.
Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels. Subsequent repose in bottle for a further 12 months.
Ratings and awards
A proper dry, dusty Toro which screams terroir. LOve it!
Descendants of Bodegas Ramón Ramos, José Ramos Sánchez and Ramón Ramos Sánchez, are the founders of Tardencuba. The winery, measuring 1,000 square metres, is divided into areas of production, ageing and bottling. For the aged wines, they have 300 French and American oak barrels. They have access to 7 hectares where they cultivate, on poor, sandy and stony soils, pre-phylloxera vines over 110 years old, of the Tinta de Toro, Malvasía and Moscatel varieties....