‘The wine that best represents the essence of where it comes from; Ronda.’
ANA DE CASTRO
La Encina del Inglés
During the 19th century, Ronda was an essential stop on the Great South Tour, undertaken by the British Romantic travellers. Through this elegant joven red wine with a touch of crianza, we can pay tribute to those Englishmen who, through their love and respect for the landscapes of Ronda, gave this beautiful Andalusian city a universal status.
OENOLOGIST: Ana De Castro
Cherry red colour.
Red and black fruit of the forest flavours, fresh with a tint of freshly cut grass.
The mouthfeel is fresh, meaty and full-bodied. It has well blended resolved tannins and balsamic aromas.