This winery is located in Barral (Castrelo de Miño) within the D.O. Ribeira appellation of North West Spain. It is from 100% Caíño Longo, a lesser known red Galician grape variety known for producing highly perfumed wines with noticeable tartness and high acidity. The grape is known as Borraçal in Portugal. Fruit comes from the “Fontida” plot, grown on steep terraces typical of Ribeiro. The grapes are hand picked and it matures for three-months in stainless steel tanks. Visually the wine is bright and clear with violet tones. On the nose predominantly black fruits and spices, very vinous and youthful. The palate is smooth, fresh with intense, ripe black fruits and a hint of oak to add some complexity. Easy going, fruit forward wine to enjoy now. Pair with red meats, stews, spicy dishes.