early May, highlighting the absence of frost. The vine begins the summer with a correct
vegetative and sanitary state. The flowering was fast and calm, which gave a good curd. The beginning of the summer was little sunny and with temperatures quite low, that gave rise to attacks of Oidio. Fortunately in August the heat appeared and changed the trend, generating a very optimum health evolution. The absence of rain and heat delayed the evolution of the vineyard. The verve took place on the first week of August. September started with heat, and certain water stress. In mid-September the rains came, this water increased the weight of the bunch, especially in the tempranillo, and a delay in ripening. Late September was ideal for ripening, with good thermal gradients between day and night. The harvest was in early October for white varieties and it was not until the middle of October when the harvest for the reds began, which was very selective. Finally the grape was of excellent sanity and maturation.
Applying a viticulture respectful and minimal interference with nature . Briñas, Haro y Labastida: Selection of vineyards over 50 years old.
Yields of 7000 kg/ha
Nose: Marked minerality, frank and very varietal. Fine and elegant fruit aromas, well assembled with the subtle aromas of
Mouth: Velvety, fresh and vitality. Complex and delicate .. intense aftertaste that leaves memories of that fruitiness, with hints of white flowers and vanilla.