Bajoz Garnacha Old Vines

Bajoz, named after the River Bajoz that runs near the village of Morales de Toro, uses only the best handpicked Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) grapes for this Pagos del Rey wine. Some of the vines that provide the grapes for this wine are 40 years-old. The result is a fruity and well balanced wine.

  • Grape


  • Style

    Still Wine

  • Region

    Brimming with tradition, Toro D.O. is an exciting wine region nestled in the heart of Castile and León, in the northern Spanish province of Zamora. This D.O.  is next door to Rueda’s territory, and not far from Ribera del Duero and Rioja’s. It is one of Spain’s best kept secrets. Its wines  inherit  a long history, dating back to Roman settlements. In the middle ages, the wines enjoyed Royal privileges that allowed them to be exclusively sold in towns and cities. Even Christopher Columbus is said to have taken the wines of Toro on his expeditions to America. Toro qualified for the Denominación de Origen status in 1987. With its ancient vines, it is certainly one of Spain´s most promising regions for the production of red wines of impressive quality.

  • Tasting Notes

    Deep cherry red in colour with concentrated aromas of ripe black cherries and dense red fruit on palate. A layer of warm plum, wrapped around juicy vibrant red berry flavours.

  • Food Pairing

    All kind of meats, roasts, stewes and cured cheeses.

  • Alcohol Content


  • Best Served


  • Technical Information

    The grapes are carefully selected and lightly crushed and cooled to allow for a period of maceration where the juice and the skins are in contact. The grapes are carefully selected and the must undergoes a maceration process that includes skin contact before the actual fermentation at 22-24 ° C. A process of micro-oxygenation yields maximum fruitiness and polished pleasing tannins in the finished wine.

  • Download .pdf