Purple red, very deep. Elegant rim garnet tones. Clean and bright. Ripe red fruits predominate (raspberry, strawberry). Hints of black fruit, cedar, vanilla. Spices and cinnamon then come through. Unctuous entry, the subsequent emergence of the acidity brings the wine freshness. Cherry and black mulberry. Hints of pastry. Sweet tannins. Vanilla and chocolates. Balanced and lingering.
Cherry red. Medium to very deep. Clean and bright Very complex, medium intensity. Lingering notes of red berry fruits and ripe blackberries. We also find touches of cedar, tobacco and some hints of pastry, toasted very subtle. Subtlety and balance between varietal and oak hints. Sweet entry, the French oak tannins brought great elegance. Balanced acidity brings the wine alive. Lingering. Black mulberries and toffees come through again.
Straw-yellow-color, transparent, clean and bright. Tropical fruits predominate: pineapple, mango. Aromas reminiscent of fresh grass. Quince, orange peel. Well integrated alcohol. Soft and refreshing entry. Cítrus fruit, subtle bitterness, well structured. Slightly sparkling, giving freshness to the wine. Cut-grass and orange blossom.
Awarded Wine Spectator's sixth best wine in the world for 2015! A deep ruby red. On the nose a floral quality emerges, then deeper notes of cherry, raspberry and sweet spice. On the palate, noble spiced liquorice, strawberry and tobacco notes, the velvet tannins supporting flavors that grow in depth and complexity, with dark cherry and mulberry fruit flavors dominating the finish.This is a wine that is a pleasure to drink now, and if properly cellared, will evolve to further complexity and roundness, at least for the next 10 years.
AALTO PS, being made from a selection of our best vineyards, is always intense, powerful, concentrated and long. This AALTO PS 2011 exhibits a very dark color, staining the glass, and a panoply of aromas: flinty soils, toasted bread, licorice, spices and black fruit. On the palate, its acidity teams up with the alcohol to counterbalance the abundant tannins, resulting in a perfectly structured wine of considerable elegance and finesse. The careful use of new French oak over 22 months has lent an array of sapid tones that enhances the Tempranillo typicity in a great vintage.This wine has a good aging potential and will develop in the bottle for quite a long time, probably 15 to 20 years, if properly cellared.