At the end of the 1960s, Miguel Torres decided to produce wine in the 'reserva' category, which had a distinct identity. The result is Gran Sangre de Toro, which has a ruby red to opaque color. The aroma is dominated by the ripe aroma of black cherry, forest bed and thyme. The taste is continuously linked to the aroma, which is supported by velvety tannins.
Ideal in combination with game.
Aging in oak barrels.
Cariňena, Syrah, Garnacha Tint.