Merlot variety, from the region of Bourdeaux, is characterized by its fineness and softness, while remaining aromatic and fleshy. This variety is the perfect complement to Grenache, which is more robust, with more alcoholic graduation and more tannin.
This young wine is fruit of a careful process, with a brief passage through wood becomes intense, tasty and full. Winemaking is done separately for each variety. The grapes are destemmed and, without squeezing, they undergo cold maceration for a week. Once the coupage is made, the wine is passed into the new French and American oak barrels, where it will remain for about 4 months.
Elegido Garnacha - Merlot has an intense cherry color.
On the nose you can find aromas of red fruits, freshly ground pepper and a slight Mediterranean touch typical of Grenache.
This excellent wine is robust, intense and at the same time velvety; in short it is a characteristic and unique wine.