Lost Vines from Extremadura
Alarije’s name comes from Arabic “al‘arīš”. It is an almost extinguished native variety from Extremadura, where it is very well adapted to the heat and the dry weather, being able to produce wines with sufficient acidity in a short, hot growing season.
Light yellow color with brilliant greenish edges. On the nose typical thiol aromas of this variety remind us of grapefruit, box tree, fennel, anis and a hint of Williams pear at the very end. Light and fresh with nice pleasant acidity and fruity palate with long aftertaste.
Knocking on Wood
Aged 3 months in American oak barrels.
Attractive and intense purple red color. It offers outstanding, ripe red fruit aromas of blackberry and notes of raspberry yogurt. On the palate it is juicy, wide and elegant with an embodying silkiness that brings in soft, velvety tannins revealing a well balanced wine suitable for any occasion.
Tradition and Vanguard
Young and fresh purple colored red wine. On the nose, aromas of blackberry, violet and peppers. Full fruity taste and well balance.
”sweet nose and dry taste”
Elegant, pale yellow color with golden edges. Coloma Muscat exhibits typical Muscat-floral aromas with notes of dried apricots. Fresh and fruity flavor with long-lasting aftertaste and a well balanced acidity make this wine extremely food friendly.
Dry Muscat wine is one of the few wines that goes well with fresh asparagus, artichokes and sauteed vegetables.
These ingredients usually give a metallic taste when combined with other wines.
The first fruit and the harvest
This Rosé exhibits an intense bright red currant color. Floral on the nose with hints of strawberry, raspberry and sweet lollipop. Very fresh and fruity taste thanks to its good acidity and tannic structure.
It pairs well with rice and pasta dishes and poultry.
It is one of the first wines in Europe.
Colour without limits.
Aged 6 months in French oak barrels, followed by one year in bottle before release.
Dark cherry red color in the center and more violet around the edge. Laden with fruit. It offers up a bouquet of incense and rose wood exhibiting fruity mulberry, blackberry aromas and a Mediterranean garrigue background.
Well structured full body aged wine, with velvety, juicy tannins, smooth and rounded palate and elegant oak complexity.
“Truth or Dare”
Late hand harvest at the end of August. Red vinification with skin maceration for 10 days at 25-28ºC of 100% free-run juice. Aging for 6 months in American oak barrels after malolactic fermentation.
Bright and intense cherry red color with purple mulberry undertones. Complex aromas of plum, cherries, chocolate and jam. Full bodied and velvety wine with sweet tannins and a smooth but long finish.
Just like Jamón Ibérico, Extremadura is one of the few regions in the world where late harvest of merlot grapes can be done in August, therefore harvesting under optimal healthy conditions for the grape. The result is this elegant and full bodied wine with sweet and pleasant tannin.
The peculiarity of our soil
An intense red garnet color. Aromas of ripe fruits, toast and roasted coffee precede a mineral palate with resolved tannins finishing long with hints of spices and wood.
Limit Edition 4890 bottles.
The best performing grape varieties from the estate in the vintage 2016 were selected for the crafting of this wine. This assemblage represents the utmost expression of our terroir and viticultural heritage.
Very intense red color, barely transfomed by its aging in oak, still exhibiting fresh violet hues on the edges.
Lots of complexity on the nose, with initial impression of elegant mineral aromas: slate; crushed stones, followed by spices, savoury dark fruit all displayed in a surprisingly delightful manner. Pleasant fine grained tannins adding to the overall elegance.
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