Alma Pura – El Barrancon de San Julián
Grapes from a plot: El Barranco de San Julián, in Laguardia. Vines planted in 1930.
Grape variety: Tempranillo 95% and 5% others.
Biodynamic viticulture. Maximum respect for the environment and its ecosystems to extract the uniqueness of the oldest and most special plot of the family.
15 kg boxes manual. Selection of one or two bunches in the vine. Second selection in the cellar. Yield of 3000kg / ha.
Deficient with a large load of clays and limestones.
Alcoholic fermentation with indigenous yeasts for approximately. 20 days with very smooth trampling and pumping over, going to malolactic fermentation in 600L amounts. 18 months in 600L French oak casks. Bottled without clarification or stabilization.
Deep and elegant wine. Notes of an explicit nature. Unmatched amalgam of nuances and sensations. A message full of contrary reflections.
Between 14º-16º. Open half an hour before to appreciate all its qualities.
SCORES: Tim Atkins 93 points.
PRODUCTION: 1.139 bottles