The relationship of Ramón with wines dates back several generations, as both vine-grower and winemaker. In 1950 he had already built a new winery, bringing up to date the technical means and increasing the hectares of vineyards. But it was not until 1980 when he started bottling. At first, this approach was considered rather adventurous in the conservative wine world in Yecla, since Monastrell allowed a certain easy market sold in bulk. From the very first moment onwards the main goal has always been quality.
The Castaño family has always been considered a pioneer in the area, experimenting with the grape variety Monastrell to both create straight wines and blend it with other varieties, introducing the latest technology, not only in the vineyard but also in the winery, and implementing new quality systems that allow a more suitable winemaking.
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|Brand||CASA DE LA CERA|
|Region Produced in||Yecla|
|Cask||American white oak casks, French Oak|
|Made with||50% Monastrell 50% Garnacha, Cabernet, Syrah, Merlot|
|Tasting Notes||Deep garnet-red, shiny.
Intense and comples, balsamic aromas, earthy, with spices and minerals on a very fruity background (ripe red plum, dark wild berries).
Savoury, of marked pleasant acidity and sweet tannins, with sweet cocoa in a long elegant aftertaste.
|Product Dimensions||32 x 7 x 7 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Storage away from direct light in a cool and dry place|
|Country Produced in||Spain|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||43.33|