The grapes for this wine were collected during the beginning of October. Following harvest, the grapes underwent cold maceration for a few days in order to extract aromas and colour but not tannins. Alcoholic fermentation took place at low temperature of less than 26ºC with periodic pumping over. The wine was then aged in mixed oak barrels made of American staves and French tops for 12 months gaining both vanilla notes from the American oak and spice from the French oak.
This Beronia Crianza is a clean, bright cherry
colour. Fresh on the nose with herbaceous aromas of
thyme and rosemary but also displays fruity notes
such as cherry and blueberry. The wine is complex on
the nose, developing aromas of orange and cinnamon.
On the palate, it is equally complex, with sweet
flavours of vanilla and milk chocolate, from the
American oak, standing out. Pleasant, full-bodied with
a very long finish.
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