Bibiana is our ambiguous wine, made with Listán Negro grapes. It has an intense currant color, on the nose it is fruity and youthful. In the mouth, delicate tannin sensations appear with fresh fruit that recalls them in the aftertaste.
Bibiana was born in 1983 and two years later I decided to make a rosé from Listán Negro, so I had to harvest a little before ripening to get more fruity aromas and better acidity. In that first harvest, I remained awake all night attentive of the color that was taking the must in maceration to get the desired red tone and cover it; It was like being a first-time father. That wine of particular and ambiguous character had to take the name of my daughter.
Made following the quality standards of Bodegas Monje