Torres Altos Ibéricos Crianza is a cherry red wine with aromas of red fruit that combine with oak-imparted notes of spices and toast. It is fresh and velvety upon entry, owing to the tannic and fruity characteristics. The wine accompanies best with roasted meats, stews, Iberian charcuterie, and cured cheeses. It is best served at 17-18ºC.
The wine is of the Tempranillo grape varietal as made by the Torres family. Its aging lasts for a period of 12 months in oak barrels.
Altos Ibéricos takes its name from Alto Otero, a beautiful place where the winery is situated in the town of Labastida, north of the Iberian Peninsula.
Torres has over 150 years winemaking history and exports to over 150 countries. It is a family-run business, now on the 5th generation of family members. Ibéricos, takes its name from the Iberian Peninsula, a land of lonely oaks and ancient vineyards. This noble wine from the Torres family, made with the Tempranillo varietal, is aged for 12 months in oak barrels and then bottle aged. Thus, the wine speaks to us of the land it comes from and its origins with aromas of forest fruits and spices.