Tortora Tempranillo Tinto
The paternal branch of the Vialade family is originally from Spanish Catalonia. Tortora Vinos represents the return to the origins of the Hispanic family through a knowledge of winemaking dating back several generations.
Wines made from this blend come from the vineyards of La Mancha. La Mancha is a vast plateau at an altitude of 800m at 200km south of Madrid. The climate is very hot almost dry. The rains are mainly winter. La Mancha usually fears downy mildew only once a decade!
All vineyards are organic.
The yield is 60hL per hectare. Part of the vineyard is still typical culture of La Mancha: small vines head pruned planted in widely spaced squares. The rest of the vineyard is trellised royat cordon
Tempranillo also called Cencibel in La Mancha
Vinification and aging
The grapes are harvested mechanically and then destemmed at the reception. Cold maceration pre-fermentation takes place before the start of fermentation. The vinification is conducted in traditional fashion with daily pumping. Maceration lasts a fortnight. The wine is made in stainless steel temperature controlled to keep the fruitiness
Tasting and gastronomy
The color is ruby red with violet reflections. The nose is typical of the grape with spicy notes and hints of red fruit and black fruit.
Mouth full and sweet, is typical of wines from this region.
Serve as an entry into the deli, in flat on rabbit and poultry, either for himself with a piece of dark chocolate.
Serving temperature: 16-18 ° C.