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The region's first carbonic maceration wine. Dating back to 1995, a dutch importer challenged Manuel Fariña to make a carbonic maceration wine to offer the market something different. Fariña took up the challenge and this is the result. Every year, the label carries the winning work of art from the Fariña Primero art competition. Take a look at the Art Competition section of this website.

Region: D.O. Toro

Grape variety: 100% Tinta de Toro


Carbonic maceration. Maceration and fermentation for 7 days at 20ºC in carbonic gas atmosphere in stainless steel tanks.

Tasting notes:

Cherry red in colour with bright violet hints. On the nose there is a wide range of intense berry fruits with floral notes. On the palate it is fresh, fruit forward and juicy. Easy drinking, medium body.

Consume: 1 - 3 years alter the harvest

Food Pairing: Almost anything. Fun on its own or with tapas, pasta, red meat and cheeses.

Serving Temperature: 15 - 17ºC or even cooler on hotter days.

Alcohol: 13,5%



-GOLD BACO. Premios Baco Cosecha 2017. XXXII Cata-Concurso Nacional de Vinos Jóvenes de la Unión Española de Catadores.

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Bodegas Fariña (D.O. TORO)
Camino del Palo s/n
49.800 Toro (Zamora - Spain)

Bodegas Fariña (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León)
Crtra. de Moraleja s/n
49.151 Casaseca de las Chanas (Zamora - Spain)

Tel: +34 980 57 76 73 Fax: +34 980 57 77 20

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