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Characteristics of Altos de Luzón
Altos de Luzón is a red wine from the Jumilla region. Produced by the Luzón Winery, it is a blend of 3 types of grape variety, Monastrell, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon.
The grapes that make up this wine belong to the winery and are around 650 metres above sea level.
The harvest is carried out carefully by hand, treating the fruit with great care. On arrival to the winery, the grapes pass through a selection table, where only those in the best condition are selected to make the wine.
The grapes are fermented and, depending on the type of grape, macerate with the skin for over 2 weeks at a constant temperature of 28 degrees. Before being bottled, the wine is then aged in French and American oak barrels for a year.
Lúzon is a winery that was founded in 2000, although its origens date back to 1916, when several local growers and winemakers decided to collaborate and join forces.
Serve at 18ºC
Rice with meat, Mature cheese, Smoked salmon, Grilled lamb, Grilled red meats
DO Jumilla is located on a high plain in the eastern region of Spain, acting as a transition zone between the Mediterranean coastal area and the high central plateau of Castile-La Mancha. The vineyards of Jumilla are spread over the municipality of Jumilla, in Murcia, and six counties in the southeast of the province of Albacete: Ontur, Tobarra, Albatana, Hellin, Montealegre and Fuente Alamo. The main variety of the area is the Monastrell grape variety, a noble and robust variety which produces small bunches of small dark-coloured grapes very rich in sugars and other noble components.