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Juan Rojo


Designation of Origin: D.O. Toro

Aging: 8 months in French oak barrel from Allier

Variety: 100% Tinta de Toro

Tasting notes:

  • Visual stage: In the glass shows an intense cherry red colour with hues in purple tones. Clean and bright with strong layer, offers a coloured and unctuous tear.
  • Olfactory stage: In the nose are distinguished fruit, blackberry and plum scents; powerful, clean and fresh with a background of balsamic and roasted notes due to French oak. It’s a perfect combination.
  • Tasting stage: In the mouth presents a great balance and depth. Elegant and fleshy with an ideal association between the ripe tannins of the fruit and the wood.

“Should decant, it can have natural sediments”.

  • Packaged a cardboard box of 6 bottles of 75 ml, in a individual cardboard box or in wood box with a bottle and in wood box mixed with Libranza and Valdefama.

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    Juan Rojo 2005: ROBERT PARKER. 90 Pts.

    Juan Rojo 2006:  92 p. Robert Parker, 92 p. Guía Intervinos. Excelente. 92 Pts. INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE CATAVINUM. Silver Medal. VEREMA 92  Pts.

    Juan Rojo 2008:  WINE UP GUIDE. 94,23 Pts. Verema 93 Pts.

    Juan Rojo 2009: Silver Medal CINVE 2015

    Juan Rojo 2010: 90 p. Robert Parker, 94 pts. La Semana Vitivinícola, 94 pts.  Gold medal International Wine Challenge Catavinum.


    Juan Rojo 2014:  DECANTER 2017. Bronze Medal. CATAVINUM WORLD WINE & SPIRIT COMETITION. Gold Medal. GUÍA PEÑÍN. 90 Pts.

  • The pairing rises in intense of flavor, due to the aging in barrels are greater – 8 months – so we can enjoy with fat cheese, red meats, stews and oily fishes.

    It’s perfect to start the meal.