Alma de Luzón, a complex wine, with lots of black fruit.

Red wine (70% Monastrell, 20% Cabernet sauvignon, 10% Syrah) D.O Jumilla.


Alma de Luzón is a wine made by Bodegas Luzón, one of the main producers and exporters of Jumilla wine. It is a wine belonging to the range of wines of the winery. Its aging for 22 months in French and American oak barrels adds structure and subtle wood notes, combined with those of black fruit, making this wine balanced, tasty and complex.
The grapes to make this wine come from a rocky corner in the highest part of the vineyards of the winery. The vineyard is from 35 to 50 years old.
Hand-picking of selected grapes in 50-year-old, low-yield vineyards located at 600 meters above sea level. The alcoholic fermentation occurred in contact with the skins without exceeding 28ºC. The maceration took between 15 and 20 days.
Aging of 22 months in new barrel, 60% of French oak and 40% of American oak.

Intense garnet color. In the nose it is a spiced and intense wine, with complex aromas of confectioned black fruit, fine cocoa, subtle wood and a mineral touch and fresh strawberry. In the mouth the wine is perceived tasty and fleshy, with ripe and sweet tannins, fresh and fruity. It is a complex wine, with lots of black fruit, mineral and spicy touches. Fill your mouth, leave a long and pleasant ending.
Ideal with red meats, big game meats, sirloin with foie gras, black truffle lamina, goose, roasted lamb, Iberian sausages, cured stews and cheeses.


Luzon was born as a union of winemakers and processors to make wines that it sold in bulk. We had to wait until the new millennium for the winery to move towards a new model based on the production of excellent quality wines.
Since 2005, the winery belongs to the Fuertes group, which made investments to technify the winery and boost exports. Little by little the wines were attracting the attention of critics like Robert Parker and Jose Peñín.
Since then, the winery has been looking for more and more vineyards between 35 and 50 years old, planted in dry land and in glass, with which it created its range of author or small wine production.


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