The wine-making origins of the Padró family date back to the year 1886 and to the village of Bràfim (Tarragona), which was, at the time a busy agricultural hub with around 400 inhabitants.
The fifth generation, currently in charge of the winery, are following the same philosophy as their ancestors and producing quality bulk and bottled wine, liqueur wines and vermouths and have taken care to make sure their company keeps up with the times as regards modern wine-making processes and technology (tangential filtration, continuous tartaric stabilization and so on…) at their bottling plant as well as extending the Padró family vineyards and implementing a new grape reception and wine storage facility.
Myrrha Rojo offers a special contrast of delicate sweetness with a distinctive and slightly tangy taste.
A fusion of citrus fruits, nuts, oriental spices and mountain herbs is lovingly expressed in its aromas.
Soft caramel in colour with shades of amber. Balsamic notes, aniseed and mountain herbs appear in the aromas. When shaken, aromas of spices emerge, such as vanilla and cloves, acquired during the resting period in wood.
In the mouth, initially warm and enveloping giving way to a blend of refreshing and elegant tanginess and a soft and velvety sweetness.
Serve very cold in a wide-rimmed glass with perhaps a twist of orange.