El Bajío Marselan

El Bajío Marselan

El Bajío Marselan

Country Mexico
Region Queretaro
Size

750mL

Style Red
Grapes Marselan
Practices Sustainable

A red wine made exclusively from Marselan, a grape variety that is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. It was first bred in 1961 by Paul Truel near the French town of Marseillan. The grapes come from Bernal Valley, in Queretaro, North-Central Mexico. The unique geo-climate conditions there translate to high quality wines.

The wine is aged for 12 months in American Oak Barrels. Aromas that evoke raisins, French vanilla, caramel, cocoa, anise, coffee and ripe black fruits. There’s a touch of floral notes (roses) and a hint of spices. Medium to full body with a long finish. 13% alcohol.

Availability:In Stock & Ready to Ship
Category: