Cueva La Sima Red 2016 is made with Tempranillo grapes from the farm and raised for 12 months in barrels of wood of chestnut fomr the property, resting for a while in earthenware jars.
This red wine presents a pretty ruby middle layer with bright burgundy edges. The nose is opened by airing in the cup displaying notes of ripe red fruits, including cherry in liquor, toasted toasted aging along with balsamic notes. In the mouth it flows easily, with a medium body, fresh but with a somewhat drying astringency that denotes that it will still be rounded more in the bottle.
Tell this when serving: The Cave of Sima, located almost in the old town of Constantina (where the winery is located in the northern Sierra of Seville), is a paleosumidero that collected runoff water and inside which circulated a course of permanent water, responsible for the erosion of the rock and the expansion of fissures and cracks to form galleries. In the cave of La Sima have been found from remains associated with a burial dated around 2,500 BC to a skeletal remnant of wild bull from the year 72,500 BC.
|Tipo de Vino||Tinto|
|Denominación de Origen||VT Sierra Norte de Sevilla|
|Pairing - Moments||What do we have to celebrate?|
|Pairing - People||“The central core”|
|Pairing - Music||Depeche Mode|