Bruñal: in order to identify
this variety we need to see a small and tight bunch, blue-black in colour, with
a firm pulp and lots of tannins which, together with the skin, give us a great
deal of colour, elegant flavors, round in the mouth, long and intense with
red-fruit aromas (raspberry, redcurrant or blackberry) with toasty and mineral
overtones. The winemaking is traditional: we select the best grapes bunch by
bunch, ferment in new barrels and raise the wine for six months before bottling.
It is then aged a further 8 months before being offered on the market.