Castillo de San Simon Cabernet Sauvignon
Ideal on its own and as an aperitif. Great with paella
This Castillo San Simon looks intense ruby red coor with a violet rim denoting his youth. It displays typical characters of the variety, such as black fruits and spices. The tannins are sweet and perfectly balanced with acidity, which give freshness and friendliness of a young, well-structured wine.
This wine has been produced with the best Jumilla D.O. grapes. After an eight-day maceration at 28ºC in stainless steel tanks, the wine is decanted to complete its fermentation. After this it undergoes malolactic fermentation so that the wine is considered finished, microbiologically speaking. It is them kept for a year in tanks undergoing three decantings before aging begins. This Reserva is aged for twelve months in American oak barrels, another twelve months in French oak barrels from Allier and six months in bottle
Ideal on its own and as an aperitif. Great with paella.
Best served at 14ºC.