Preparation: fermentation in French oak barrels and resting on lees for 9 months in the barrel itself. 9 months’ ageing in the bottle.
Bright yellow colour. Intense and elegant aroma emphasising ripe stone fruit notes typical of the Chardonnay grape variety from our plot no. 12, together with the sweet and toasted spices of the French wood. On the palate it is powerful, dense and full-flavoured. It has enough structure to be paired with both light and more elaborate dishes. A complex and expressive wine that reveals all its nuances and potential the longer it is in the glass.
Made with selected grapes from the oldest Merlot plot and the youngest Syrah plot.
Preparation: Fermentation at 23°C in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel. Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels.
Bright cherry colour of medium depth. Subtle, very balsamic and fresh aroma, very present notes of mountain herbs balanced with the nuances of its subtle time in French oak, vanilla and dark chocolate, the fruit appears in the background and settles after a few minutes in the glass. On the palate it is pleasant, elegant and silky. One of the best examples of Menorcan red wine on the market.
Made with selected grapes from plot 13, chosen for being the most suitable to produce such a subtle and elegant wine as this.
Preparation: fermentation in French oak barrels. Resting on lees for 5 months in the barrel itself. Cold stabilization to avoid precipitation. No malolactic fermentation.
Pale pink color. Light and perfumed aroma, it combines the aromas of dried flowers and red berries with spicy nuances (vanilla and cream) typical of its time in French oak barrels. The taste is long and persistent, with a predominance of fruity and creamy notes. An elegant and subtle rosé but with body and structure, ideal for the boldest palates.