Ibéricos takes its name from the Iberian Peninsula, a land of lonely oaks and ancient vineyards. Ibericos has a deep red cherry colour. On the nose, it reveals notes of forest fruits (blueberries and blackberries) balanced with dark-toasted notes from the wood. On the palate it has smooth tannins and fine fruity sensations. Accompanies roasted meats, stews, Iberian charcuterie and cured cheeses.