LOOKS: Deep cherry red.
NOSE: Rich aroma of dark berries (wild blackberries) with ripe (dried plums) and toasted (roasted coffee) notes.
PALATE: An intense, warm, succulent palate with an echo of licorice on the finish.
In 1954, Miguel Torres was already seeking out the most precious red grapes of the region, Garnacha and Cariñena, to create a different wine that would express the authentic character of the land. This led to the birth of "Sangre de Toro", whose name is inspired by Baccus, Roman god of wine, known in ancient times as "Son of the Bull".