Fruit is sourced from a 60 hectare vineyard of ungrafted Monastrell vines, many of which were planted in 1872. The vineyard is referred to as Finca Hoya de Santa Ana and this bottling comes from the best parcel and the highest point so they call it Altos de la Hoya... meaning the "highest from La Hoya". Deep ruby. Ripe, powerful aromas of red and dark fruits, minerals and spices. Finishes fresh and long, with a repeating dark fruit note.