Today?s winery still respects the legacy and traditions of its founder: Concrete tanks protect the fruit characters and expressions of each of the varieties with the continuous micro-oxygenation produced by their natural porosity. The Bordeaux style, established by Carlos Serres, giving the wine its spicy, vanillin notes, still comes from using French and American oak barrels from the best coopers, slumbering in the brand new 5000-barrel cellar. All this with an architectural style that fuses a century of history with modern design.
Generic white-fruit aromas are clean in front of a citrusy palate, with some body to it. Briny citrus and stone-fruit flavors are, as you might expect, mild, short and fresh on the finish. This is 85% Viura and 15% Tempranillo Blanco.?MICHAEL SCHACHNER