HIGHWAY TO HELL
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100% Organic Monastrell
Our vines which are planted in clay and limestone soil, are more than 30 years old and are situated in plots at 600 metres altitude in the interior of Valencia.
Thank to our climate, we can practice sustainable and organic farming with the objective of carrying out a balanced cultivation of the vines, which favours a microclimate with good airing and luminosity between the bunches of grapes.
3 months in French and American oak barrels.
ASPECT: Cherry red colour with violet hues on the rim.
NOSE: Very intense red and black mature fruit, balsamic, liquorice and minty notes.
MOUTH: Full, intense and fresh entry. Good rounded mouthfeel, fruity, light and balanced
Perfect for drinking in good company, for accompanying tapas, with all types of pasta and stew dishes.
14% Vol. Alc. / AT 5,6 g/l / pH 3,6
Bottle Size: 750 ml. / Bottles per case: 6 / Bottles per pallet: 630
Some people say that “Highway To Hell” was the name by which Canning Highway in Australia was known, which started where Bon Scott lived and finished at a bar called The Raffles, which was a famous rock’n’roll place in the 70s. As the road gets near the bar it starts to go noticeably downhill. So many people died at the crossroads that was at the top of the hill that it was called “Highway to Hell”. But that didn’t stop Bon Scott and his mates religiously taking the road every night to drink and listen to rock music. After six records, “Highway To Hell” was the first song to make the hitlist in the USA, being Bon Scott’s last song as lead singer as he died in 1980.