2008 marked the unveiling of the first three vintages of the Pago de Arínzano. Presented below, they are available on limited release.
The Pago classification is Spain’s highest category for winemaking, above D.O.Ca. It is awarded only to estates that exhaustively demonstrate not only an excellent and unique climate and terroir, but also a winemaking that turns these inheritent qualities into extraordinary wines. After years of exhaustive demonstration of the unique qualities of its climate, geology, and vines, Arínzano is the first estate in the north of Spain to receive this honour.
Intense, fresh and pure... with notes of truffle, menthol, liquorice and havana cigar.
A sharp, intense aroma on the nose with hints of black fruits, blackberry, plum, black leather, cocoa and cherry with Armagnac.
A potent nose, captivating, complex. Notes of truffle, red and black fruits,myrtille, blackberry, cherry, a shade of dark chocolate.
Complex, expressive, lively, exceptionally young. Neat. Very slow evolution in bottle. Deep, intense garnet. Young.
Arínzano La Casona is a complex, expressive, elegant and harmonious wine, which embodies the expression of the soils, climate and surroundings that make up the spectacular landscape of Señorío de Arínzano.