Bodegas Luzón is one of the main producers and exporters of quality wines of the D.O. Jumilla, and despite being one of its most historic wineries, producing wine since 1841, they are considered as one of the most innovative estates. The wine growing area of Jumilla is located southeast of Spain, north of the region of Murcia. The climate is continental, influenced by the Mediterranean Sea with warm days, rains that do not reach 300 liters per square meter, and cold nights. As a result of this harsh climate, vines produce small grape bunches, with a good concentration, excellent acidity and thicker skins.
This wine shows the great value to be found when you step outside the main wine regions of Spain. This blend of 70% Monastrell and 30% Garnacha Tintorera offers dark, rich bramble & plum fruit, complemented by liquorice and spice from 12 months in American and French oak.