Elaboration and aging:
- Color : dark cherry red with a high layer garnet edge.
- Nose: aromas of black fruit, licorice, chocolate with high intensity of aromas.
- Mouth: Powerful, very tasty, with round tannins, soft and long velvety fial pass.
The grapes with which Solideo is made come from strains over 80 years old
, located in gravel soil, according to the traditional system of glass planting, very low yield. It is made with 85% of Tempranillo
, 12% of Cabernet Sauvignon
Y 3% of Albillo
and stay in barrels for 24 months
, first in American oak one and two years of age and the last four months in new French oak. Curiosities:
Solideo is the reserve wine of Dehesa de los Canonigos and was rescued with the Celebration of the 25th anniversary of the winery
, in the year 2014. His name means 'Alone before God'
, also used to designate a silk skullcap that the Pope, the bishops and some people of the clergy wear to cover their heads. A reference to the ecclesiastical origins of the winery
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
Red - Powerful and Bold
- Grape Varieties
- Type of Ageing
- Alcohol Content
- Serving Temperature
Ratings and awards
- Peñín Ratings
- Prizes and previous ratings
92 Parker (2011) | 91 Peñín (2011)
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