£35.01/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Ànima Negra ÀN 2017
Bottle size and vintage
Here is a fantastic wine from a bodega with few resources, but a lot of expertise and first-rate raw material, unique in quality and originality. Produced using grapes from very old vine stock of the Callet variety, found all over the Balearic Islands, this remarkable wine is a delightful surprise due to its elegance, structure and character.
It releases a whole host of aromas redolent of the Mediterranean, with red fruits very much in evidence, as well as toasty notes and hints of damp earth, mingling with fine touches of tobacco from Havana, rarely found in other Spanish wines.
A long finish, refined, fruit-forward and slightly bitter, to round off this excellent and unforgettable wine.
This is a great wine that will certainly not disappoint - not even the most exacting palates!
A dark cherry-red colour and dense in appearance, the nose is powerful with aromas of forest fruits (cranberries, strawberries and blackberries), mint, chocolate, lactic, toasty and mineral hints. It is creamy, dry and ample on the palate, showing good acidity and having a pleasing fruit finish. All in all, a very flavoursome and well-balanced wine.
Aged in barrel for 13 months (80% French and 20% American oak)
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Best wine in Mallorca
Drank this a lot in Palma. It tastes just as good in Kent!by: Cecilia (30/10/2018) - Vintage 2016
This wine was really good ! Fullbody but very smooth . I can highly recomend this wine ! ! !by: Cliente Vinissimus (14/11/2017) - Vintage 2015
una maravillosa !
Un vino largo, fino, frutal. ¡Un gran vino que, sin duda, no decepcionará ni los más exigentes! A disfrutar cada vez mas.by: Jose Crespo (27/09/2017) - Vintage 2015
Tinto mediterráneo con unas variedades de uva muy interesantes. Esta bodega lleva años haciendo de Anima negra su buque insignia.by: wineloverX (17/03/2017) - Vintage 2014
Mallorca at its best.
You might know the AN/2 which is a wine of great value. This is their more expensive wine which also is a super nice full body wine with lots of character.
Ànima Negra Viticultors
The Ànima Negra story began by chance, like many other stories do, when three Majorcan friends, Francesc Grimalt, Pere Obrador and Miguel Ángel Cerdà came up with the idea of making a wine from native grape varieties found growing in the surrounding countryside. It happened not so long ago (in about 1994), but thanks to the great enthusiasm they felt for this project and the excellent results obtained right from the start, it can now be truthfully said that their winery has ...