Malleolus is probably one of the finest and most convincing expressions of the Tempranillo variety’s excellent qualities. Year after year, it enables Emilio Moro to demonstrate why this great winery has such prestige. It’s made from the grapes of old vineyards, ranging in age between 25 and 75 years old, from the estate called Camino Viejo, located on a very steep slope on a clay-based hillside, at an altitude of about 900 metres.
This wine is produced with grapes of the variety Tinto Fino 100%, and has macerated with it’s owns skins for 18 days. Following malolactic fermentation in stainless steel vats, it is aged in French oak barrels.
Cherry red, loyal to its style. An intense and elegant bouquet of mainly typical varietal aromas, nuanced by ageing in the barrel. The quality of the raw material is reflected by the aromatic depth and excellent development of the wine in the glass, where red and black fruit at optimal ripeness find harmony with spiced and resinous notes while tasting. It is intense in the mouth and has great structure. It presents ripe tannins, with a very long passage and persistent aftertaste.