Deep and concentrated aromas. The Castel It is complex in the mouth with a slight taste of tobacco and cocoa given by the French half oak barrels where it rested for 12 months. It is a wine with a full body, soft tanines and an elegant after taste.
Story behind the name: The center field of Fernando Pó’s coat of arms, a XIVth century Portuguese navigator, consisted on a lion preparing to jump. He finally did with this Leo d ’ Honor because it sounds like Leonor and truly is the lion of honor of the Fernando Pó’s wines.