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Fronton de Oro – Tinto

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Spain
Canary Islands
Wine
Red

The Facts

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  • 2021 (750ml) - 8 437000 651000
  • 2020 (750ml) - 8 437000 651000
Origins Spain > Canary Islands
Varietal Red Blend
Winemaking Grapes are de-stemmed & cold-soaked for 24 hours before pressing. Vinification in stainless steel tanks.
Aging 3 months (mostly) used American oak barrels
Production Less than 4,000 cases
Markets California, Texas

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The Character

Overall Earthy & bright
Aromas Juicy dark fruit, black pepper spice and lifted florals
Mouthfeel Rustic & sturdy
Pairings Charred Meats, Eggplant & Peppers

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About Fronton de Oro

Brand Story

The brothers Ramirez, Pedro and Antonio, have been running Fronton de Oro since the early 2000s. Their estate on the hills of La Lechuza, a small town on the island of Gran Canaria, was created by their dad in the 1970s. Their vineyards are planted on some of the highest-elevation sites in Gran Canaria - many above 3,000 feet - and in many cases on terraced slopes, although some are cultivated wildly and untrained. The name of the estate “Fronton de Oro” refers to a huge rock that shines with sunlight (the one that adorns their label) known locally as “El Frontón”. Their entry-level wine, Fronton de Oro Tinto, is one of the most easily recognizable wines from the Canary Islands.

Brand Story

The brothers Ramirez, Pedro and Antonio, have been running Fronton de Oro since the early 2000s. Their estate on the hills of La Lechuza, a small town on the island of Gran Canaria, was created by their dad in the 1970s. Their vineyards are planted on some of the highest-elevation sites in Gran Canaria - many above 3,000 feet - and in many cases on terraced slopes, although some are cultivated wildly and untrained. The name of the estate “Fronton de Oro” refers to a huge rock that shines with sunlight (the one that adorns their label) known locally as “El Frontón”. Their entry-level wine, Fronton de Oro Tinto, is one of the most easily recognizable wines from the Canary Islands.

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