LIGHT MY FIRE
« Come on baby, light my fire. Try to set the night on fire. »
100 % Garnacha Tintorera
The vines are planted in goblet and vertically trellised systems in poor, stony limestone soils in vineyards situated in La Font de La Figuera in the interior of the province of Valencia.
Thanks to the dry climate and low rainfall we practice sustainable and ecological winegrowing as has always been practiced traditionally in the area.
9 months in American and French oak barrels.
ASPECT: Intense red with violet flecks.
NOSE: Intense aroma of red fruits with toasted and spicy notes, with an undertone of Mediterranean mountain plants.
MOUTH: Full, fleshy, enveloping, and intense.
Pairs perfectly with traditional meat stews, soups, and pasta dishes.
14,5% Vol. Alc. / AT 5,45 g/l / pH 3,6
Bottle Size: 750 ml. / Bottles per case: 6 / Bottles per pallet: 630
“Light my fire” was the first song written by Robby Krieger, The Doors’ guitarist. Apparently, Jim Morrison asked his fellow band members for help to write some songs. Krieger asked him what he could write about and Morrison answered something universal. So, Krieger was inspired by the four elements: Earth, Wind, Sea and Fire, although later he would only concentrate on one of them, Fire; influenced by “Play with Fire” by The Rolling Stones.
On 12th December 1970, “Light my fire” was the last song Jim Morrison sang at The Warehouse de New Orleans before his death in Paris on 3rd July 1971.