This wine is a field blend of exotic grapes coming from ungrafted bush vines on the rugged volcanic soils of Taganana on the Northern tip of Tenerife. 50% of the wine undergoes a skin maceration which gives it a goldish colour with aromas of ripe peach, dried apricots & kumquat and a chewy, tannic texture. After blending, the wine is aged in old oak barrels for 10 months, which gives the wine an oxidative flavour of baked apples. The acidity is seemingly high, thanks to the tannins and the finish is saline, nutty and bitter orange. Serve chilled and don’t share with more than one person, as you’ll need another glass or two!