Style
Red
Type

Still

Appellation

Spain

Varieties

Garnacha, Tempranillo

Viticulture

Sustainable dry farmed viticulture. High density trellises without irrigation or harmful fungicides, herbicides, pesticides, or chemically synthesized fertilizers. Hand harvested.

Soil

Extremely sandy soils intermixed with small pieces of pure limestone. The surface (30cm.) is intermixed with red clay.

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Vinification

The vineyards are hand-harvested and the grapes undergo a brief cold-soak. The bunches are destemmed but crushed. Temperature controlled maceration and fermentation in stainless steel tanks after inoculation with non-GMO neutral yeast. The maceration is brief to avoid over-extraction, only 5-6 days. Before bottling, the wine is lightly filtered, fined with potato protein. The wine contains 25ppm free SO2.

Aging

The wine is bottled young after a few months in stainless steel to preserve freshness.

Features

Bag in Box

Available Sizes (L)

3.000

Shelf Talkers

Tasting Note

Quadrum is a blend of 80% Cencibel (a local clone of Tempranillo from La Mancha) with 20% Garnacha. The Tempranillo in La Mancha is one of the oldest clones in Spain, and has incredibly loose clusters of small, thick skinned berries. This produces a Tempranillo that is very deep in character and maintains acidity in the warm and dry climate of La Mancha. The Garnacha complements the Tempranillo with juicy fruit and aromatics. The dry, sunny climate of La Mancha allows this to be one of the most sustainable winegrowing areas in Spain.