88 Teclas, a complacent wine.

88 Teclas is born marked with one of the signs of identity of Murcia, the Monastrell grape (100%) that springs from old vines that dress the Sierra de Lavia, at 810 meters of altitude, each cluster is treated with delicacy since it germinates until Fermented, passing through oak barrels until obtaining a complacent wine.

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La Monastrell comes from vineyards located in the Sierra del Burete, Lavia and Cambrón. It is a wine from the plot “La Hoya de los Hermanos” located in Cehegin, at more than 800 meters altitude at the foot of the north face of the Sierra de la Lavia.
Manual harvesting in boxes of 18kg, from Monastrell vines of over 45 years. Manual selection on table, destemming and soft squeezing. Maceration prefermentativa in cold and fermentation at controlled temperature in deposits of stainless steel with soft overtakes. Descube manual and light presses, malolactic fermentation in barrel. The wine ages in new oak barrels of 225l, without stabilization or clarification treatment.

Cherry red with blue trim, high layer with powerful and thin tear. Nose of black fruits, low forest, balsamic aromas, vanilla and chocolates. Wood initially well integrated although tends to manifest in excess as the wine opens. On the palate it is powerful, broad with glimmering structure and persistence in the mouth.

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HYDRIA is a family project born in the Hoya de los Hermanos. It is located in the western zone of D. Bullas, at an altitude above 800 meters above sea level.
The 40-year-old vineyard currently has two varieties (Monastrell and Tempranillo) and is located in the valley that forms at the confluence of the Sierras de Lavia, Puntalico and El Cabezo del Hinete. It is a privileged enclave that is integrated in the zone of special protection of the birds of the mountain ranges of Burete, Lavia and Cambrón, a habitat where species such as the Eagle or the Real Owl are found.

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