Vinos del Paseante is a collection of wines from different Spanish Appellations of Origin. Spanish Denominations of Origin, selected with the aim of discovering, seducing and seduction and to amaze with its authentic character. The selection is inspired by the the ideal figure of the Paseante, a curious and vital person who wanders through the worlds of the vineyard to find new vineyard to find new emotions and new wines. The collection is aimed at people with a thirst for knowledge, aware of the importance of the territory and history.
Cherry cherry with violet iridescence, medium-high intensity.
Black fruit, violet, fig and black plum. Balsamic, licorice, Mediterranean undergrowth, cocoa and spice background.
Fresh, minty and with a good fruit load, friendly tannins, good balance and elegance.
The organic Monastrell grapes are selected and harvested at optimum ripeness. They are destemmed and subjected to low temperature prior to fermentation to obtain greater aromatic complexity.
Fermentation lasts 10 days, although contact with the skins is prolonged to provide greater roundness and complexity. The wine is then devatted and we then devat and press the wine and let it rest until malolactic fermentation. Once finished, the wine is clarified and filtered before bottling. During the winemaking process we seek to enhance the fruity expression and freshness of the Monastrell, while maintaining soft tannins that make it easy to drink.
Alicante has a long winemaking tradition tradition dating back to the first Iberian first Iberian settlements in the province province and has continued uninterruptedly uninterruptedly to the present day. the present day.
The Alto Vinalopó area, where La Trobada comes from La trobada comes from, is located between 500 and 600 meters of altitude and is the gateway to the the gateway from the Mediterranean to the Castilian plateau. The summers summers are dry and warm and winters are cold cold, with average rainfall of around 300-400 mm around 300-400 mm, centered in autumn and spring. autumn and spring. In this area we find calcareous soil calcareous soil, predominant in all the the southeast of the peninsula. The soil is poor in organic matter and the medium and coarse and coarse texture of the soils provides adequate porosity and permeability permeability that facilitates drainage and makes them drainage and makes them suitable for vine cultivation. grapevines. Monastrell is the autochthonous variety and the one with the greatest variety and the one with the greatest presence. Perfectly adapted to the to the environment, it achieves optimum ripening optimum ripening and average yields yields to obtain wines of great quality.