Varieties: Monastrell (50%) y Cabernet Sauvignon (50%).
Origin: Small vineyard farms in the Alicante Mountains.
Alc. Vol.: 13,5º.
Ageing: Matured in French and American oak for 4 months. Minimum 6-month aging in bottle.
In the wine region of Alicante in southeastern Spain, the majestic limestone mountains rise by the sea. For over 2000 years, vineyards have found them ideal microclimate, surrounded by pines, oaks, olive trees ... And caressed by the gentle breezes of the Mediterranean. Santa Barbara of Alicante, is a red wine made with grapes from the mountain and varieties Alicante Monastrell (50%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (50%). Was reared for 4 months in American and French oak
"Santa Barbara is a mature red, with persistent aromas of berries (blueberries, blackberries ...) and good acidity that adds freshness. The palate is soft, with great fruit intensity, light toasted flavors (vanilla, coconut) and a long finish and warm. It is a wine with great balance and harmony. "