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THE PROJECT: Since his childhood Ivan has been working the vineyards, understanding the grape and their development and making wines in a traditional way. After training and learning the techniques for a natural and perfect elaboration Ivan is now ready to express his own vision about the

authenticity of an exclusive product of a unique terroir and variety as TINTA


If I aim to produce an outstanding wine I need to start up with outstanding grapes. This is the point at which the Ivan of Algil Bodegas started up 2 years ago when he decided to leave everything and create his own winery. Ivan Alonso nowadays controls the family vineyards with an average age in between 20 to 80 years old. He is the second vinegrower generation taking over the control of vineyards and founding the Algil winery to offer to the market his personal vision about Tinta de Toro and how to elaborate it to create big wines

Grape Variety: 100% Tinta de Toro (tempranillo)

Vineyards: Vines between 25 and 40 years old, bushvines with yields of 4000 kg / Ha, in an altitude of 700 m

Soils: Poor, sandy soils with underground clays

Aging: 6 months in 225 l French oak barrels, malolactic in barrel

Annual Production: 12,000 bottles

WINEMAKING: Reception with manual selection of grapes in the cellar, cold

maceration for 5 days and fermentation in a stainless-steel vat at a maximum

temperature of 27º. during about 15 days, bleeding without presses, only flower must. Malolactic in barrel with racking and aging for 6 months in semi new French oak

Alc By Vol: 15º

PH : 3.6

Acidity: 5.4


Intense cherry color with violet edges, medium / high layer. On the nose, very expressive with aromas of ripe fruit and floral… memories of berries. In the palate, fine and subtle entry, powerful and persistent flavor of ripe fruit with light nuances of toasted barrel from aging in barrels, with a long and pleasant finish.


Optimum service temperature between 16º to 18º. Preferably consume with semi-mature cheeses, roast beef, game or blue fish


LCBO# 25383   $ 25.95

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