Alicante red wine
Varieties: Pinot Noir, Monastrell and Petit Verdot.
Small farms in the Alicante Mountains.
Alcohol content: 13,7º
7 months in American and French oak barrels and 6 months in bottle (minimum).
Serving temperature: 16º
Presentation: 75 cl. Bordeaux bottle.
- Pinot Noir
- Petit Verdot
In Serrella, characters as different as the fine and elegant Pinot Noir joins the native Monastrell in a symphony in which each of the instruments of the orchestra adds the best of each house. The softness, velvet and subtle French aromas combine their notes with the Mediterranean rotundity of the Monastrell; which puts its
fleshiness, sweetness and power at the right time and in the right measure. A true reflection of a land of cultural crossbreeding, Serrella manages to unite the best of two fundamental types of grapes: Atlantic seriousness meets Mediterranean joy and the result is explosive.
From estates located at 430 m altitude, in the region of El Comtat, inland north of Alicante, but as with the rest of Alicante, with some marine influence despite its distance from the Mediterranean Sea due to the orientation of its valleys. Limestone soils, with relatively cold winters and hot summers and a certain scarcity of rain.
Aging: 7 months in American and French oak barrels.
6 months in bottle (minimum)
Intense cherry red in color, its very fine and nuanced nose (the balsamic aromas transport us to the depths of the Alicante Mountains), prepares us for the key experience we feel when tasting Serrella. After an enveloping, soft and feminine entry, the Monastrell gives us a full experience with its ripe rotundity.
The wine is persistent, long, very long, reminding us of the great French wines.