A blend of Tempranillo (50%) and Bobal (50%).
Under the classification Vinos de la Tierra, Dominio de Eguren is distinguished from the rest of the wineries by its rigorous selection of vineyards situated in fabulous settings in the best production areas of Spain, advanced in age (30-70 years old vinyards) and with limited yield.
Cold soaked 24 hours, Settled; temperature control at 16Ã‚Âº C. The cycle began with mild temperatures, followed by a cold and rainy winter. Cold and rainy March, over 120 l/m2. Spring stars with the rise of temperatures With the arrival of warm days the first cries pruning cuts are observed, but not until late April, with a slight delay with respect to the usual dates in the area, when the bud sprouting occurs in a cool and rainy month, noting that there were no incidents with spring frosts.
From here the rains disappear, temperatures rise slightly on a cold May and June, causing a slowdown in the growth cycle and observing some varieties affected by physiological wilt (Bobal). Not until early June when flowering clusters occurs, and after the proper fruit set. Harvest commenced late, up to 15 days late. During the harvest temperatures are high and rainfall low, with a good physiological, phenolic and aromatic maturity.
Controlled vineyards in Manchuela.
Wine with a geographic indication (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla, A.O.C.).
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