Packaging: Every bottle comes with specially designed gift box and booklet. A japanese artist has represented the marine species of the underwater cellar through watercolor paintings.
Production: Aged for 24 months in French Oak barrels and undersea treasuring of 15 months.
During our elaboration process we do not use clarification of animal origin.
Appelation: Hoya De Huesca region, pre-Pyrenees, close to the Caballera mountain range, old vineyards.
Specific Region: Ayerbe (Huesca)
Alcohol Content: 15,5% Vol.
Each underwater wine bottle is unique, there are no two identical bottles. Each Crusoe Treasure bottle tells its own story.
If when you receive your Crusoe Treasure bottle it is opaquer, with incrustations, it is because it has lived in a more protected area, surrounded by relative calm, where the small fish that live in the underwater winery- artificial reef hide.
If you receive a cleaner bottle, it is because it has lived in an indomitable location, subjected to the bravery of the Cantabrian Sea, which erodes it with such force and intensity that adhesions are more difficult, only the strongest can survive and improve.
In either case, Crusoe Treasure wines achieve their maximum evolutionary expression during their underwater treasuring process.
Dr. Antonio T. Palacios, Winemaker Manager of Bodega Crusoe Treasure.
Visual: Bright gold with green hues.
Aroma: Intense and very mature in the nose with floral touches of mint and tea, typical of the viognier. Ripe melon, quince, honey, caramel, coffee, dulce de leche, custard and vanilla with aromas of nuts such as pistachio and walnut from aging in French oak barrels. Deep aromas from smoky to roasted coffee. Complex.
Flavor: Powerful and balanced, a full-bodied wine thanks to the great acidity and unctuousness that surrounds it. Pleasant bitter finish providing great texture and long in the mouth. Retronasal dairy aromas of tropical fruit yogurt, pinea- pple and balsamic touches, even a touch of incense.