The DV Aires Wine is a powerful and fleshy red wine, whose label refers to bullfighting, specifically to the figure of the Fireman Bullfighter.
The label is a commission from the winery to Carlos Aires, a visual artist and rodeo photographer with international projection. Hence the name of the wine.
It belongs to the emerging D.O. Sieraas of Malaga.
Tell this when you serve it: The winery is a convent of ancient Trinitarian monges (The Reformed Order of the Barefoot Trinitarians). Due to the landslides it had to be abandoned but only the oldest monges of the convent remained there in charge of the orchards, and from there arose the name of the winery "Descalzos Viejos" (Old Barefoot).
The current owners, Paco and Flavio, both architects, told us that when the convent was restored, frescoes appeared on the high altar of Santa Justa and Santa Rufina, to which they also dedicated some wines that you can find on our website.
Limited production: 3,920 bottles.
- Tipo de Vino
- Vinos de Autor
- Petit Verdot (80%) y Garnacha (20%)
- Denominación de Origen
- DO Sierra de Málaga
- Pairing - Moments
- It’s my turn to cook today!
- Pairing - People
- Your girlfriend/ boyfriend friends
- Pairing - Music
- The Rolling Stones