Villalar gets its name in homage to the intimate relationship the Monastery of La Mejorada had with the defeat of the Comuneras troops by King Carlos I in the fields of Villalar; upon his orders General Padilla was buried at La Mejorada, and not in Toledo as originally intended by his wife María Pacheco.
Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, harvested by hand Type of wine: Red 12 months in French oak barrels Alcohol: 14% vol. Ale Production Area: Castilla y Leon To the eye it is of a bright pillory red colour. On the nose it is very fine and complex as of ripe red fruit, spicy, balsamic, mineral, and elegant with hints of chocolate. On the palate it is well balanced: balsamic, mature tannins, fresh with a fruity finish.