A charming and characterful Mallorcan blend of the local Manto Negro grape with international varieties.
Attractive aromas of juicy, plum fruit, black berries and spicy notes. The rich, fruity and chocolatey palate is lifted by a violet perfume and the texture is well balanced with ripe, chewy tannins and spice on the finish.
Mallorca's second largest producer, Macia Batle is also responsible for some of the island's most interesting and rewarding wines. 50 hectares of estate vineyards cover the bulk of requirements, mainly in the Binissalem DO and from local varieties supplemented by a little Cabernet and Chardonnay. The staple variety is Manto Negro, generally used for ripe, gently spicy reds for drinking young and which adapts itself well to ripe, full flavoured rosados. Good sites and old vines can yield wines of real substance and individuality with 'wild' berry fruit characters, smoky undertones and a structured finish, almost more Italian in style than Spanish.
Tinto Añada is made up of a blend of Mantonegro (30%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%), Merlot (25%) and Syrah (20%). The average age of the vines is 25 years. The wine is matured for 2 months in used French and American oak barrels.
Drink with grilled or roast lamb, roast vegetables and peppered roast potatoes.