Blue Train – Pinot Noir
The most fragile and difficult grape variety from which red wine is born, Pinot Noir easily finds its resources in the land of Segarcea to create a strong and expressive wine, without compromising its characteristic finesse. Enriched by the maturation between 6-8 months in French oak barrels of first and second passage, it has - both olfactory and gustatory - only fine tones of wood and vanilla. Olfactory, it is dominated by fruits - cherries, pomegranates - with spicy accents. Taste, it is excellently balanced between fruit notes and liquorice, with round tannins, perfectly integrated.
The grapes were mechanically harvested, crushed and kept for maceration-fermentation in piston winemakers for ten days. Alternative lowering of the pistons in the winemaker is a traditional process that allows greater extraction of colour and tannins. For maturation, new and second-pass French oak barrels were chosen for a period of 6-8 months.
Recommended serving temperature:
16ºC - 18ºC. It is necessary to open the bottle half an hour before serving and for the wine to be decanted. Any deposits certify the minimum number of interventions that are made on the wine.