Bruma, a monastrell friendly with personality.

Bruma is a red wine 100% Monastrell made by  Bodegas Viña Elena in Jumilla.

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Comes from vineyards planted in head-pruned system in a traditional way. With an age of 26 years in dry Mediterranean climate planted in very stony and permeable soil which allows to maintain the little existing humidity. They are deep soils where the roots sink and can survive in extreme drought situations.

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Manual harvesting. Vinification in storage, during the first 2 days of maceration at a controlled temperature of 18º and during the following 6 days at 27º. Short maceration due to excessive water stress of that year. Use of autochthonous yeasts and low doses of sulfurous.It was bottled without clarifying or stabilizing.Unctuous and intense, ripe fruit almost greedy. A monastrell friendly with personality. Light, original and easy to drink.

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Founded in 1948 by Francisco Pacheco, who started making wine with a modest press in the winepress of the house, later passed into the hands of his son Paco Pacheco and is currently the third generation who continues with the family business.

The wine taking the name of the place of Jumilla where are located the vineyards, the Strait of Marín and of the soft mist that can be observed often in him, we find this young monovarietal of Monastrell. A project headed by Elena Pacheco, who belongs to the third generation of a wine cellar family, inspired by Isio Ramos, a great wine expert. This wine is a tribute to the old vineyards and to all those winemakers who have cultivated them more for emotional, than economic reasons.

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