Alcoholic degree: 13,5% vol
Varieties: Listán Negro and Negramoll.
Date of harvest: End of September and October.
Altitude of the land: 400m above sea level.
Type of soil: Semi-clay.
Days of fermentation: 20 days.
Days of maceration: 15 days.
Temperature of fermentation: 20°C.
Barrel type: French and American Oak.
Time in barrel: 6 months.
Time in bottle: 24 months.
Garnet red, intense, with touches of bruised.
Aroma is frank, fragrant, elegant, the scent of gunpowder, licorice black, plum liqueur, black pepper and spices. All this collected under a curious note saline and very mineral.
Fresh, friendly, round, tasty, feel-to-grain wood, ash black, cocoa, finally cool, smooth flow and minimal astringency.
Serve at 16°C
Let it breathe in the glass.
The style of Crater 2010 is accentuated by the presence of the variety Negramoll, which is shown outright in elegance and subtlety. Due to a summer markedly atlantic, features minerals of Crater are compounded by a wood well integrated.
Once more, Crater shows us the free expression of their terroir, and in this 2010 vintage, its freshness end, encourages you to repeat.