UNFORTUNATELY, THIS WINE CAN NO LONGER BE IMPORTED INTO THE U.S. DUE TO A TRADEMARK ISSUE.
From the importer:
Tempranillo from the San Vicente Valley, from the oldest vineyards in Northwest America and Cabernet Sauvignon from the Santo Tomás Valley.
Aging in new French oak barrels, 18 months for the Cabernet and 12 for the Tempranillo, 8 months in the bottle.
Aroma: Black fruits with notes of wood like sandalwood.
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