Pago El Espino, a red rondeño of special singularity.

Red wine (57% Petit verdot, 25% Tempranillo, 18% Merlot) from Sierras de Malaga.
With this wine, Cortijo de los Aguilares seeks to obtain a red rondeño of special singularity, elaborated under the sun of Andalusia but in mountain vineyards that in turn are very close to the sea. Vineyards are used to obtain them and are currently in the process of ecological certification.

A harmonious wine, in which predominantly well-balanced balsamic and fruit notes. Soft, fresh and very long.
Vineyards to more than 900 meters of altitude, located in the skirt of the Sierra de las Nieves (Malaga).
The soil is mostly clay and limestone. Vineyards of an age of 17 years.
In the Pago el Espino, we are looking for more maturation, since the varieties that are destined to this wine are chosen with average crianza in mind, so it is important that it has mature tannins and great potential. The barrel work is carried out with different tonelerías, although all of French oak and fine grain. A high percentage is of second and third year to respect the fruit as much as possible.
Aging 15 months in large French oak barrels (300 and 500 liters).

Intense Maroon Color. In Nose is a symphony of fruit, balsamic and slight notes of toast and spices. Pass through soft, fresh and very long mouth. It also has a great natural acidity.


Cortijo Los Aguilares is located 5 kilometers from Ronda, a historic and monumental city linked to the wine tradition for centuries.
The 18 hectares of vineyard they planted were planted in 1999 and their management, in integrated production and in the process of obtaining certification in ecological, seeks to obtain the maximum expression of the different varieties: Petit verdot, Tempranillo, Pinot noir , Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
The height of the vineyards, over 900 meters, and the influence of the Mediterranean Sea (about 40 km) and the Atlantic Ocean, give it an ideal microclimate for the slow ripening of the grapes, but above all, To maintain the acidity of the same by the tremendous thermal oscillation between day and night during the summer.


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