Piedra Prohibida, red wine DO Toro.
Piedra Prohibida wine is made with grapes grown in our Bocarrage Parcel, using absolutely no sulfites, nor additives or treatments of any kind. The grapes are exclusively hand harvested, ripe Tinta de Toro grapes.
After spontaneous alcoholic fermentation, with the malolactic naturally following in French oak barriques, the wine remains on its lees for a period of six months, after which it is lightly filtered prior to bottling.
With all of its integrity and natural fruit, this wine is a pure expression of the best that an old vineyard site in the Toro region has to offer.
VINEYARDS PARCELS Bocarrage (1967)
COMPOSITION 100% Tinta de Toro
FERMENTATION 10 days in 5000 liter stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature (maximum 25oC). Frequent pumping over. Malolactic fermentation in new French oak barriques.
AGING 6 months in French oak barriques.
STABILIZATION Cold stabilization occurs naturally during the winter months in oak barrels when the wine is exposed to -7/-9oC over a two week period.
FILTRATION Very light filtration prior to bottling.