This is the youngster of the dynasty and a real discovery.
This Tempranillo, which undergoes malolactic fermentation largely in French and American oak barrels, speaks to us with its picota cherry red coloring with a strong purple tinge, packed with life and energy.
This, together with the subtlety and complexity of the aging process in wood (tobacco, chocolate or vanilla), makes Ferratus AØ – read it as “acero” (steel) – a rounded wine in a contemporary, avant-garde style.
|Vintage 2013||PEÑÍN GUIDE TO SPANISH WINE 2015 90 POINTS|
|REPSOL GUIDE TO THE BEST WINES 2015 90 POINTS|
|2015 ULTIMATE BEVERAGE CHALLENGE (USA) 88 POINTS|
|2015 THE BEVERAGE TESTING INSTITUTE (USA) 86 POINTS|
|Vintage 2014||PEÑÍN GUIDE TO SPANISH WINE 2016 89 POINTS|
|REPSOL GUIDE TO THE BEST WINES 2016 90 POINTS|
|GUIDE SEMANA VITIVINICOLA 2016 95 POINTS|
|VEREMA 2016 93 POINTS|
|WINE ENTHUSIAST 2016 88 POINTS|
|Vintage 2015||PEÑÍN GUIDE TO SPANISH WINE 2017 89 POINTS|