sour cherry, cherry, forest fruits, orange and scents of spice


fine fruit with a salty freshness, delicate and elegant, with a long finish and pleasant fruity

Growing Conditions

altitude: 400 – 600 m
soil: sandy loam
age of the vines: 15 – 25 years
slope exposure: west 80 %, southwest 20 %
climate: extreme interplay between sunny days, influenced by the Mediterranean climate, and
cool nights, marked by the cold downslope winds from the surrounding mountains.


beginning – end of October


At harvest, the grapes are delivered in small bins and immediately gently pressed.
Fermentation takes place slowly at controlled temperatures (28°C) in large oak casks with repeated
punch-downs of the must to bring forth the typical aromas of the grape variety.


After aging in French barrels for 12 months and another 6 months in big oak casks,
the wine is kept in the bottle for at least 6 months prior to commercial release.


ruby with light garnet hues

Food Pairing

Maglen is a versatile partner for well-structured and savory dishes like ravioli with
goat cheese and is ideal for light mains like roast. In combination with hare or wildfowl it tastes
just fabulous and slightly chilled Maglen can be served with fish too. Also try it with spicy cheese!