Matsu El Viejo 2015

  • Variety: Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo). 

    Appearance: Clear. Deep ruby red in color. 

    Nose: Clean. Pronounced notes of mature black fruits on the nose with focused ripe fruit aromas. 

    Palate: Dry. Ripe, round tannins, with good acidity and a long finish. Smokey & spicy notes on the mouth. Full-bodied. 

    Vinification: From Tinta de Toro, planted in low producing sandstone and clay soil. From 100-year-old, biodynamically farmed vines. Aged 16 months in new French oak after being fermented and macerated in concrete for three weeks. 

    Recommended Food Pairing: Venison & large game.