The name Santa Digna was given to the crosses marking the district boundaries of a land. These crosses served to delimit territories and symbolised good fortune and protection for those who were leaving for other climes. This is a merlot that was obtained after several years of experimentation in plantations with different climates. Aged for six months in American oak casks until bottling, with no type of filtration. A wine with great aromatic intensity, highlights being the notes of plum and dark berry jam mixed with spicy hints of vanilla and liquorice. This wine is recommended to accompany legumes, white meats and poultry such as duck or goose, or baked fish dishes such as conger eel or Ray’s bream.