Zurita is part of an elevated meander of the Douro river, where the frank texture of the tertiary bottom, gives an important depth to its Tempranillo vines, providing unmatched complexity to its wines, vegetating in successive sedimentary layers without eroding. Complexity that stands out for a measured passage through barrels of French and American origin of different coopers, origins and toasts.
Region: San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Rioja, Castilla y León, Spain.
Winery: Carlos Moro.
Grape: 100% Tempranillo, a black grape variety widely grown to make full-bodied red wines in its native Spain. Tempranillo usually exhibit flavors of plum and strawberries.
Color: Intense and vivid cardinal red veil with purple hues.
Aroma: Acid black fruits with concentration of Chinese ink and dark chocolate between cedar and ebony noble woods, clove spices and roasted coffee.
Palate: A lively mouth with a wide skeleton of sweet tannins with fruity, spicy and new wood sensations.
Production: 10-14 days in stainless steel at 61°F. 3.452 bottles.
Temperature: Drink at 59°F-63°F.