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White is the simplest way to show something complex. It also represents the lime of the houses and intense light. La Mancha in its purest form.
CALA N.2, aged for three winters in 225L old French barrels, stands out for the perfect integration of the aromas of production and aging with the primary aromas from the grape, very present. Thus, its terroir wine character and its unique estate wine values are emphasized. Its long aging in old French barrels achieves a balanced wine, avoiding excessive wood flavours.
Visual phase: Attractive cherry colour, intense with deep notes of ruby red.
Olfactory phase: Expressive, with well-defined tertiary aromas (tobacco, cinnamon, chocolate), fresh red fruit (candied strawberry, dried cherry), and spicy notes (licorice, cloves, and balsamic).
Tasting phase: Balanced and rounded, with a velvety texture and good acidity, fresh tannins, red fruits (strawberries, cherries), and a long tertiary finish (tobacco, licorice).
Cabernet sauvignon 15%.
Making and Ageing
25ºC in bare cement open tanks (without any interior coating), with temperature control in a bioclimatic cellar.
3 days of cold maceration and 7 days of alcoholic maceration with dumping over by hand. Partial work has been done with whole bunches.
Post fermentative maceration time: 14 days at low temperature.
Malolactic fermentation: in bare cement tanks and used 225L barrels.
Aging: 18 months in used 225 L barrels, with a final refinement in bare cement tanks.
Alcoholic content: 14.5% by vol.