Norrel Robertson, master of wine and owner of El Escocés Volante, landed in Calayayud from Edinburgh in 2003. Here, he cultivates plots of old Garnacha vines in poor mineral soils. His wines have a wildness and assertive character, fitting of the rebellious Scotsman at the helm.
The grapes used for La Multa Garnacha come from old vines between 35 and 50 years old, which are planted on the slopes of Ribota River, at about 700 or 800 metres altitude. After the harvest, the grapes are de-stemmed and start the maceration process. La Multa Garnacha is then fermented for about a week with regular pumpings at a controlled temperature of 28 degrees before bottling.
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