Wine Rodriguez Sanzo, "Nassos", Priorat DOC, 2014
The wine is dark red cherry color with garnet hue.
The wine has a creamy texture and fresh, elegant taste, a drop-down palette of rich notes of ripe fruit and wood shades.
The wine shows a seductive bouquet of fruit aromas with hints of balsamic, nuances of oak and chocolate.
Wine perfectly complement white meat dishes, barbecue and fish dishes and cheeses.
"Nassos" - dry red wine, which is the region of the Priory, the north-east of Spain. Here, at an altitude of about 300 meters on steep slopes cultivated varieties Garnacha vines. The origins of wine in Priorat lead back to the XII century, when the monks of the Monastery of Scala Dei is engaged in growing and producing wine. In the XIX century, most of the vineyards were destroyed by phylloxera, and only in 1950 there were again planted vines to revive the tradition of wine and bring back the glory longtime wine region. In Priory dominated soil, rich black shale and rocks of volcanic origin. Together with the dry climate conditions contribute to the cultivation of grapes and creating wonderful wines of the highest quality. In the process of vinification berries are kriomatseratsii and malolactic fermentation. Hold for 9 months in barrels made of 300 and 500 liters, made of French and Hungarian oak.