The two grape varieties were harvested separately, first the Tempranillo around the 20th of September 2011 and then the Monastrell some twelve days or so later. For twelve days the grape juice was processed twice daily, and the wines were then put into vats where they were mixed in the indicated proportions. Bottling took place by the end of January 2012. Tasting Notes: Deep cherry red, this wine has a bouquet of mature fruit, reminiscent of berries and liquorice. On tasting it is flavoursome and well-balanced, and its moderate acidity and lively tannins stand out in the first sip. It has an elegant final flavour with a lasting after-taste which invites a deep enjoyment of the tasting.