Grapes: Caiño

Vintage: 2016

Soils: Slate, quartz and gneis

Orientation: Southwest

Climate: Mediterranean microclimate with Atlantic influence.

Aging: French oak barrels of 225 liters for 18 months and maturation in storage.

Elaboration: Whole cluster 100% crushed with the feet in wooden barrels. Maceration prefermentative in cold, spontaneous fermentation and later maceration.

Vol: 12%

Made with Caíño native grape, ALGUEIRA AMARAL is a novelty in our monovarietal wine catalog. Born from the increase in the production of the variety and initially destined for ALGUEIRA FINCAS, the whole bunches were fermented, crushed on foot with the raspón, with crianzas that can reach 18 months in chestnut and French oak barrels.