We have made the most of the characteristics of a DOP, which we believe is not properly protected and very often devalued. It has almost centenary vineyards located at altitudes over 800 metres in stony but deep land, as well as a continental climate -Mediterranean with a high thermal contrast between morning and night (+-10ºC)-. The close collaboration between Nacho Lázaro, owner of Bodegas Añadas, its oenologist Óscar Martínez and Gran Anyada (Marià Bigordà, father and son) allows us to keep discovering new products with strong personalities and maximum guarantee to satisfy our most demanding customer
Marià Bigordà, father
Marià Bigordà, son
Aged for 10 months in French barrels
Old vineyards in calcareous clay soil and goblet pruning.
The low yield caused in vineyards (750 grams per plant) favours a greater concentration and longevity in the final wine.
Indigenous yeast is used for the fermentation process and pumped over twice a day to bring the color out.
Fine grain medium toast French oak barrels.
High pigmentation. Intense and wide nose. Red fruit explosion. Nice texture. Dense, very soft and pleasant aftertaste, with its red mature fruit taste standing out.
HOW TO SERVE IT
Serve from 15-17ºC.
Decant the wine half an hour before serving it. Turn the bottle upside down and let the wine splash out of the bottle into the centre of the decanter, then spin it counter-clockwise a couple of times and let it sit.
- Wines are always stored horizontally in a cool place where temperatures don’t go above 18ºC.
- It is important to open the bottles or decant them before consumption depending on the type of wine.
- The colour, its intensity and hue, can define the features and characteristics of the wine.
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