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Characteristics of Chafandín
Chafandín is a red wine from the appellation of origin (D.O) Ribera del Duero produced by the winery Viñas del Jaro. This winery belongs to the group Compañía de Viñedos Iberian and was the first winery established by the family Osborne-Osborne.
Chafandín is a monovarietal of Tempranillo. The grapes originate from old vines about 40 years old from Pago de Chafandín.
The wine is fermented for 12 days at a temperature of 26ºC, after the maceration process of 17 days with its husks.
After this process, the malolactic maceration process is conducted in the new wooden French barrels (300L capacity), subsequently, is aged in the same barrels for an additional 15-20 months.
SightFull bodied cherry red. Clean and bright.NoseGreat aromatic intensity with presence of ripened red fruit combined with fine toasted notes. Mineral base.TasteElegant and balanced. Creamy and polished with good acidity and well integrated tannins. The aged notes harmonise beautifully with the fruit. Long finish.
NoseVery intense, ripe dark fruit aromas with mineral and fine wood notes.TasteVery broad on the palate, with prominent fruity notes and a great mid palate. A persistent finish.
Ribera del Duero is a Denomination of Origin located on the northern plateau, bathed by the waters of the River Duero, where they produce delicious and recognised red wines with great complexity made from the Trinto Fino grape variety.
Viñas de Jaro adapted to the philosophy of ownership, wines are produced using the most stringent quality processes. The Jaro is the name given to the natural environment of the cave whose entrance is flanked with centenarian oaks and crowned by a forest of over 20 ha. natural place where different species of trees, scrub, and from which party with many undulations and the vineyard slopes.