Ego Bodegas is located mere kilometers from the centre of Jumilla, which is among Spain's oldest registered wine regions. The region seemed to skip the phylloxera plague that ravaged many European vineyards, until 1989 where the pest finally struck. Although extensive grafting and replanting was required, it allowed the region to adapt modern winemaking techniques that were already successful in regions like Alicante.
From 25 hectares of their own vineyards, Ego Bodegas harvests the best fruit with a combination of mechanical and manual methods. Following maceration, skin contact lasted 15-25 days in stainless steel before ageing in American Oak for 2-3 month. The result is a blend of Monastrell and Syrah that shines a bright red cherry colour. On the nose, experience potent fruit aromas with some toasted notes. On the palate, this one is fruity, smooth, with balanced acidity and mature tannins.