- Color: cherry red color well covered.
- Nose: great complexity with floral notes in the foreground, to give way to a mineral and red fruit background with spicy touches.
- Mouth: It is broad, with volume and balanced leaving a long and silky finish. Very elegant.
Palacio Quemado Acilates is the assembly of the varieties Trincadeira
coming from a single plot of the Palace Quemado estate
which, due to its characteristics of climate, soil, orientation etc, makes it totally different from other plots of the farm, that's why It is made and bottled separately.
Acilates, a steeply sloping area caused by erosion, is a plot with a north orientation and mainly calcareous soils with a clay layer in depth, worked organically.
The wine made alcoholic fermentation, spontaneously with autoctonous yeasts, in concrete tanks with a later malolactic fermentation in barrels. The wine was refined for 12 months in small French oak fudres of the fourth wine of 500 liters, coming from the woods of Allier, Vosges and Nevers, with one more year in the bottle. Curiosities:
Palacio Quemado has been a member since January 2015 of Great Payments from Spain,
the association of wine estates throughout Spain that defend and propagate the Pago wine culture, produced in a specific territory and that reflects the unmistakable personality of its soil, its subsoil and its climate.
The winery, together with the group of Envinate winemakers
- Roberto Santana , Alfonso Torrente , Laura Ramos Y Jose Angel Martinez
-, works for reflect in the wines the return to the origin
and the defense of the nature of each terroir
individually to result in unique and unique wines
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
Red - Light & Fruity
- Grape Varieties
- Type of Ageing
- Alcohol Content
- Serving Temperature
- AporVino Points
Ratings and awards
- Robert Parker
- Peñín Ratings
Ham and Sausages,
Pates or Foie Gras,