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During the wine tasting.

● The winery always tried to show that a good wine from the Canary Islands is fit to age: if you choose the right raw material, good oak barrels

BODEGA COMARCAL DE TACORONTE
Viña Norte red aged
From Listán Negro (90%) and Negramoll grapes (10%), aged 12 months in French oak barrel
Tacoronte-Acentejo Protected Designation of Origin

What this wine tells us
The winery always tried to show that a good wine from the Canary Islands is fit to age: if you choose the right raw material, good oak barrels (with or without other foreign varietals that enrich the blend). It has a very elegant, frank, honest, typical bouquet with an outstanding intensity and no excessive oak aromas. It is full-bodied, deep, and round. The bottle polishes the sharpness, but from the beginning you notice that it is a good wine.

Its dancing partner
Amazing with a nice grilled pork steak.

Trivia
Its recently created current labels show the faces of various associated viticulturists who imprint the human character that every wine needs.

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