Cueva La Sima is a project by Bodegas La Margarita with a very exclusive production of just 1200 bottles.
The Cueva La Sima red wine is made by Bodegas La Margarita with a very exclusive production of just 1200 bottles.
The Cueva La Sima Red 2016 is made with Tempranillo grapes from the bodega’s own vineyards, and aged for 12 months in chestnut wood barrels, before a final finish in clay amphorae.
This red wine presents a pretty ruby appearance with bright burgundy edges. The nose opens out in the glass and offers notes of ripe red fruits, including cherry liqueur, 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 develop further in the bottle.
Share this when serving the wine: The Cave of Sima, located near the old town of Constantina (where the winery is located in the northern Sierra of Seville), is an ancient drain 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 remains have been found associated with a burial dated around 2,500 BC, as well as the skeleton of a wild bull from 72,500 BC.
- Tipo de Vino
- Denominación de Origen
- VT Sierra Norte de Sevilla
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- “The central core”
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