BODEGA PRESAS OCAMPO

 

Presas Ocampo is a black wine made mostly with indigenous varietals, Listán Negro, grape Negramoll accompanied by some other variety in small amounts, harvested in September and October. And a garnet red wine is obtained, with violet hues, blue and cherry. With good tear, on average, clean and bright. Its bouquet is clean, with rich primary aromas typical of black Listán Negro. On the upside, it offers a good structure in protruding floral and mineral tones. Its aftertaste is exquisite and remember the varietal aromas. It is, in itself, a clean, round and elegant wine.

History

El sugar vineyards and vineyard crops were first introduced to the Spaniards on the island. Tenerife’s excellent climate, tempered by the trade winds, made this island, especially in the area of Tacoronte, the ideal for the production of quality wines place, which, in the sixteenth and seventeenth century, reached such high prestige they were sued by the most cosmopolitan markets of Europe and America. Domingo López Arvelo, field lover man and wine, recalls how his ancestors told him that in the oldest part of what is now the winery Dams Ocampo, his family and was dedicated to making fine wines which at that time were almost as a luxury that not everyone could afford, in this way and the regulation of the sector, in the 80s it began to work again by the Canarian wines, and from that moment it was as slowly and with everything in affection the world, this adventure began with winemaker wine, but it was from the year 1990 with the entry into the Regulatory Board Tacoronte-Acentejo when the winery was truly the growth that has placed today as one of the most important the island with the greatest projection.

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