Pago de los Capellanes Finca El Picón 2014 is a single-plot red wine that is powerful and expressive. On the nose it evokes blackberries and balsamic notes, with touches of cinnamon, leather and black liquorice. The palate is intense and round, with a mid-palate of sweet and elegant tannins and an exquisite finish.
A red wine
with a complex attack and sweet tannins which coat the palate with its delicious roundness. Long and persistent finish. It is a wine that opens up slowly captivating our senses as we taste it.
Dark cherry colour with intense maroon edges. Intense, clean and bright wine with a high robe. Abundant tears.
Initially, some balsamic aromas, notes of blackberries and undergrowth typical from Ribera del Duero are noticed along with spicy touches (traditional in wines aged in French oak), cinnamon, leather, tobacco, truffles and black liquorice.
The entry on the palate is complex, with sweet tannins that envelop the palate and papillae covering with a fine round. The power structure reminds us of the goodness of the grapes from which comes its aftertaste and makes us remember the varietal aromas in fermentation were expressed in the harvest. Long, persistent, and with an aftertaste of a wine is marked seriousness to be opening our senses, as you catamos. It should be heated in the mouth, and calmly try to remember the excitement of being with a g
Pillorying intense cherry color with piping youth layer, the Chaplains Picon, shows a broad intensity that allows us to predict the long life it promises.
Are detected early floral aromas and blackberries and undergrowth characteristic of the West Bank, or assembled with a touch of spicy oak in the traditional French as cinnamon, leather, snuff, truffles, and black licorice. As we deepen in the cup, come to our memory spicy aromas, broad and high intensity persistence.