‘Our flagship wine, result of the work of recovery native grapes from Andalucia. A wine with marked personality’
ANA DE CASTRO
La Payoya Negra, which this red wine, aged at least 12 months, is named after, is a native Andalusian goat, as represented by the illustration on the label, whose milk is used to make the Payoya goat cheese in the Sierra de Cádiz mountains and the Serranía de Ronda mountain range.
What better animal to use for the name of an Andalusian wine that is so personal, so pure, so artistic.
OENOLOGIST: Ana De Castro
Bright cherry red colour.
Aromas of red fruit, strawberries, raspberries, freshly cut grass, fresh and with a final spicy touch.
On the palate it is creamy, fresh with well integrated ripe tannins and a long aftertaste.
A wine with the marked personality of its terroir and the varietals from which it has been made.