La Aguilera belongs to the Legaris Village Wines collection, which expresses the wealth, distinction and diversity of small towns in the Ribera del Duero, with each wine sharing its name with a village. They are all made from the same grape variety, Tinto Fino (Tempranillo), but grown in different areas with unique surroundings, soils and microclimates, which create completely different wines.
This wine is made exclusively with Tinta Fina grapes. The grapes come from tall-bush trained vines that are more than 50 years old, planted on loamy and clayeysoils in two vineyards of less than one hectare. These are located in La Aguilera, Burgos, at altitudes ranging from 840 m and 870 m above sea level.
Intense dark-cherry red with a dark garnet-red rim. Full depth and dense. The nose reveals notes of liquorice, spices and very ripe dark fruit. In the mouth it shows a warm, intense profile, with a pronounced tannin that foretells great laying down potential.