The traditional Tempranillo variety is the basis of Coronas, ennobled with a small proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon.
The oldest trademark, Mr Juan Torres Casals registered it on 7 February 1907. Having celebrated its 100th anniversary recently, it is no doubt one of the oldest trademarks with the most history in the Spanish wine making world.
Dark ruby red color. Concentrated aroma of wild berries (blueberries, blackberries) and spices (clove) with oaky notes of toast.
Palate: Warm and vinous on the palate with lush body and juicy tannins nicely refined by oak aging.