Bodegas Luzón has renewed its emblematic Altos de Luzón wine both inside and out.
A wine that over the years has become a national and international quality benchmark and hallmark of those from the DO of Jumilla.
Altos de Luzón, made exclusively with Monastrel grapes, is the most representative wine in the winery.
With his transformation, Luzon returns to its origins and the essence of the Jumillan lands, and pays true homage to its identity.
Its new label is a faithful reflection of the land where this wine is born, with a rough and unique landscape, but at the same time full of beauty, a place where the Monastrell variety shows its best version.
The region of Jumilla is characterized by its arid climate, with an average altitude of 650 meters that causes the earth to be rough and dry, which marks the authenticity of the area and summarizes the renewed Altos de Luzon.
This wine is the result of a careful process that begins in the selection of the best clusters of Monastrell and continues with twelve months of aging in American and French oak barrels, becoming a gift for both fans and the most demanding palates .
Altos de Luzón has a marked flavor, which brings the freshness of the Mediterranean climate, "something unique, beautiful and beautiful" to discover;
message incorporated in the bottle label.
Bodegas Luzón is one of the most important wine producers of the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Jumilla and its elaborations have a strong personality and high prestige among experts and consumers.
Source: Grupo Fuertes