Fuenteseca Reserva Tequila presents the mastery of tequila barrel aging, using assorted wood types, storage facility altitudes and climates, and nuanced tequila spirits. Fuenteseca Reserva is the oldest bottled tequila on the market.
Fuenteseca Reserva 2010 7 Year Extra Anejo Tequila was distilled in late 2010 and laid into barrel in February 2010. 100% of the tequila was distilled in copper and stainless steel alembic pot stills.
80% of the run was stored in American white oak previously used to age California red wine, and the remaining 20% barreled in used dark French Oak.
The casks were then stored for 7 years, at 3,800” elevation, in the town of Tequila, Jalisco in a cool-climate subterranean storeroom.
Master distiller Enrique Fonseca has determined that 42% ABV is the optimal proof for this bottling.