Valché 2007, a wine with an enormous capacity of evolution.

100% Monastrell Red Wine (D.O Bullas) made from selected grapes from old vines (more than 32 years old), cultivated in dry land and at an altitude between 850-900m.

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Unstemmed and cold incubation in deposits of 8Tm. Alcohol Fermentation at controlled temperature of 26-27ºC for 7 days; Total skin maceration of 45 days. Pressing and immediate spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Aged in new French Allier oak barrels of 500L for 19 months. Bottled in September 2009.
Intense ruby-bluish red very bright and alive, even without being subjected to treatments, clarifications or leaks. High layer of very attractive color that shows the enormous capacity of evolution that owns this wine, beyond ten years. Of high aromatic intensity and great complexity. They emphasize the aromas of ripe red fruits and the spices: vanilla, cacao, toffee and menthol with subtle mineral notes. They make a harmonious set of sensations very pleasant and intense.
He came very elegant and serious in his mouth. Intense and ample, it quickly fills the mouth with very rich nuances: ripe fruits together with spicy and menthol notes from its aging in oak. It is a very silky, tasty and persistent wine. Paring perfectly with all the roasted and stewed meat dishes more typical of the Mediterranean cuisine.

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The winery MONASTRELL was born as a personal project of marriage formed by Alfonso and Mavi, natives of Bullas and heirs to a long agricultural family tradition, where the love of the land has become passion and enjoyment for the production of well made products.

Own vineyards, illusion and a solid project well designed are the foundations of this new winery, which in 2005 vinifies its first vintage.

The team is joined by the winemaker José Jiménez who, little by little, has developed a style of winemaking that optimizes the exquisite production of monastrell reds.

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