Tritón, a great choice for collectors.

Red wine 100% Tinta de toro, the grapes come from 40 hectares of old vineyards called El Monte and Hornicos. Strains planted under manual and organic cultivation. The ‘El Monte’ vineyard was planted in 1962 (54 years) and ‘Hornicos’ in 1946 (70 years). Very sandy soil with red clay. Yields of 2500 kilograms per hectare.
Manual harvest between late September and early October. Fermentation in open and malolactic fermenters in French oak barrels from Burgundy and Bordeaux. Wild yeast is used. Aged for 8 months on lees with batonage. Bottling without filtering or previous clarification.


Beauty, inky purple in color. The nose has notes of graphite, forest floor, blackberry and cassis. In the mouth it is broad, soft in texture, very fruity, dark berries gently sweet and tannic. Very long.

One of the oldest Tempranillo in Spain, coming from an area that resisted the phylloxera attack and was the most famous wine region of medieval Spain. The nose is broad, soft, marked by notes of black fruit and a long drink. These qualities, together with its great capacity of guard, make of the wine an excellent option for collection.

Bodegas ordoñez, a multi-territorial project that values the indigenous. Having grown up in the heart of a Malaga family dedicated to wine distribution, Jorge Ordoñez began to know from very young the intricacies of this business, from the most basic aspects like loading trucks to being able to close the most complex contracts.
Jorge has been able to revitalize and modernize the processes of winemaking in Spain by adding value to the older vineyards or decreasing yields without losing the character of the wines from their land. He was also the first to introduce Albariño, Txakoli or Godello to the American palates.


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