Queirón Reserva has a deep layer of color, with cherry red nuances and iridescent ruby highlights on the surface of the wine that show its age and maturity. Intense aromas and a complex bouquet, with spicy notes, coffee, fruit, coconut, which are the result of long aging of the wine in barrels from Allier and Tronçais.
Notes of black fruit, truffle and forest litter. Fragrances of cake and fruit compotes on a balsamic and mineral background, with maximum expression of terroir.
Elegant and integrated tannins on the palate complete the picture of this balanced, very long and very fleshy wine.
La Pasada Vineyard, established in 1989, is located above the village of Quel, at an altitude of 790 m above sea level, surrounded by pine forests and old holly oaks, located at the foot of the Sierra Yerga and Sierra de la Hez mountains. Their steep slopes contribute to the perfect air flow through the vineyards, ensuring a healthy climate for the development of the vines. During the summer growing months, there can be huge variations in temperature (32˚C during the day to 10 doC at night), which allows us to achieve velvety tannins and a balanced ripening of the grapes. Poor, sandy soils with lots of old stones and iron-rich clay help retain moisture during the warm summer months.
The El Pozo vineyard, founded in 2010, is also located in Quel, at an altitude of 650 meters above sea level. There are also poorly fertile soils, mainly sand and clay, with the presence of river stones. The highest-quality grapes for the production of this wine are selected only from a few of the best parts of this vineyard.