‘The wine that best represents the essence of where it comes from; Ronda.’
ANA DE CASTRO
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.