The Canary Islands are home to a whole new generation of winemakers on the cutting edge. Most wineries are using indigenous grapes in a traditional method to showcase the lovely winemaking region. The vineyards at Fronton de Oro are high-elevation (many above 3,000 feet!) and in many cases on terraced slopes. This medium bodied red is a blend of Tintilla and Listán Negro and is aged 3 months in used oak barrels. It has a rustic spicy note with darker red fruit; it is fresh and his nice acidity to accompany food.