This wine is made by combining 70% of young vermouth, with 30% of Monastrell "rancio" wine that was aged for 8 years. The resulting wine was aged in Centenary old American Oak barrels (600 liters).
Light brown color and orange tile rim, with medium intensity. On the nose, the warm aromas of dried fruits (hazelnuts, toasted marcona almonds) and very old noble wood stand out. In the mouth, it is almost dry, friendly and very enveloping. Its aromas of hazelnuts, cinnamon and dried figs are combined with the creamy toasts of centennial oak. Long and clean finish.
Sweet, but not too sweet, the quality is clear, and the price a bargain!