91% Tempranillo, 9% Graciano aged for 20 months in French & American oak.
This wine is made of Tempranillo from vines aged of more than 30 years, fermented in wooden vats. It is aged for 16 months in French oak barrels, 50% of which are new and 50% of one wine. Once clarified with egg white, the wine rests for a minimum of 20 months in the bottle. Numbered bottles. It is recommended to decant it at least 2 hours before it is served.
RODA I is blended with parcels that that year have ripened in a black fruit profile. The deep black fruit, is almost always dominated by the plumb and supported by mineral notes, chocolate and balsamic sensations, that form an ensemble that slowly flows from the furthest side of the glass until it becomes huge in the entrance of the nose. In the mouth, the volume becomes evident, the fruit complexity nicely surrounds the mouth cavity showing the numerous and polished tannins. The wine gets longer making stronger the retro nasal sensation every time we breathe. A fruity and fresh sensation will last, inviting us to continue drinking.
98 Points James Suckling