Vivid ruby-red. Spicy redcurrant and cherry scents are complicated by dried rose and blood orange. Juicy and penetrating, offering lively red-fruit flavors and a hint of black pepper. The finish is brisk and appealingly sweet, with gentle tannins and lingering red-fruit notes.
This Bodega Tajinaste was established in 1977 by the García Farráis family who hailed orginally from Cuba. They focus on growing 2 jey grape varieties: Listán Negro y Listán Blanco. Their winemaking methods fuse traditional viticultre with modern wine making techniques.
As most of the Canary islands have volcanic soil, the vines are stressed – in a good way – to find the minerals and water they need. Mixed with the altitude, the microclimate of the region, Atlantic ocean breezes, these wines reflect this with a fresh minerality.