The Peñín guide , which aims to promote Spanish wineries and wine, is one of the most complete and recognized nationally and internationally. Every year more than eleven thousand wines are tasted, which makes it the most complete manual in the sector for professionals and amateurs. The recognition of the three Forty Harvests in its last edition with 92 points reaffirms the quality of these and the know-how of the Lasecan Cooperative.
Four Stripes Forty Harvest Verdejo ; grapes from vineyards in glass over 40 years old, in gravelly terrain. On the nose, aromas of white fruit and stone fruit on a background of aromas of undergrowth, balsamic and fennel notes. In the mouth it has the perfect balance. Other awards are added to the score obtained, such as gold at Berliner Wein Trophy , gold the Seléctions Mondiales des Vins Canada Y gold Gilbert & Gaillard among others.
Four Stripes Forty Vintage Cuvée , the white that breaks the myth that Verdejos have to be consumed in the year. Intense and complex nose where the hallmarks of the Verdejo variety are recognized, such as fennel and tree fruit, complemented by a subtle touch of spices acquired by that slight passage through the barrel. Balanced and enveloping mouth. Add to his record: gold at Berliner Wein Trophy , gold in the Mosque Awards , 95 points (gold) in the International Wine Challenge Y gold in Gilbert & Gaillard .
Four Stripes Forty Harvest Ribera del Duero, Tempranillo with a ten-month aging in the barrel, it is of an intense cherry color with hints of licorice and ripe black fruits, blackberry, notes of very ripe plum on a spicy background in total harmony with the hints of mocha and roast from the barrel. Powerful on the palate, with complexity and structure, sweet tannins, well assembled, with the memory of notes of black forest fruits, spicy touches appear in the retronasal.