Tinto Joven (Young Reds): These wines are a purple color with violet hues. They have an intense, fruity aroma, varietal characteristics, and a taste of floral. It is recommended that they are served between 12-14 ºC, and they should accompany rice dishes, pasta, legumes, vegetables, roasted white meat (with sauce), red meat, and cheeses. The red grape varieties cultivated in the area are Tempranillo, Garnacha Tinta, Graciano, Mazuelo and Maturana Tinta.
Tinto Crianza (Aged Reds): These wines have a hue of a cherry garnet. The aroma is fruity, and toasty nuances are interspersed in the mouth. The right temperature for serving is around 16-18 ºC, as for the Reserves and Grand Reserves.
Tinto Reserva (Reserve Reds): These are a cherry red color, with aromas of fruit and spices. Upon tasting they are perceived as soft, with good structure and gustatory harmony. Both Aged and Reserve red wines are excellent companions of legumes, meats and cheeses.
Tinto Gran Reserva (Grand Reserve Reds): These wines are a ruby-red color, with hues of brick. The aroma is very complex and intense. When tasting, they are soft, thin and persistent in flavor. They are good companions of red meat roasts, dishes from hunting, and very cured cheeses.