The Tawny is a very fine Graham's Aged Tawny. Matured for an average of seven to nine years in seasoned oak casks, this is Graham's Master Blender's personal interpretation of a fine, old, wood-matured Port.
This grape variety is extremely rare and was even risking extinction; its unique purple colour makes the distinction from the white Moscatel variety. The fermentation stops by adding brandy. There was a skin contact of 4 months. Ageinf in used oak. No ageing in bottle is necessary, because it does not improve after bottling.
The wine Roda Reserva is made from a blend of 98% Tempranillo and 2% Graciano. After an extremely meticulous and selective harvest, the grapes were fermented in wooden vats. Then Roda I Reserva 2010 was aged for 16 months in 50% new and 50% 2nd year French oak barrels. Finally, this reserve red wine from Rioja was aged for a further 20 months in the...
Distillate of the wines of our house that is part of the first phase of the aging process of the rest of brandies we produce. Once distilled from Pedro Ximenez, the extracted alcohol is aged in chestnut wooden casks of 750 liters, which has been previously seasoned with our wine Pedro Ximenez of raisins.
Toro´s wine The grapes come from very old vines, between 80 and 100 years old. For the preparation of La Mula de la Quietud a long maceration of the must is first performed for about 18-20 days, it is then aged in new French oak barrels for 20 months.
The wine is a single varietal Pedro Ximénez made from grapes that were naturally sun-dried prior to being fermented. After that, the wine was aged following the traditional oxidative ageing technique, known in Spanish as "soleras y criaderas", for a minimum of 25 years prior to its bottling.