£ 8.50/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Dehesa la Granja 2015
Bottle size and vintage
Surrounded by meadow lands in an attractive location and environment, the Dehesa La Granja estate fits into place perfectly as a wine-making establishment aware of its surroundings. Modern production facilities, coupled with underground cellars hewn out of the rock in the mid 18th century, provide the ideal setting for nurturing wines of great quality.
Intense, powerful, with the rich, luscious flavour of ripe dark fruit nuanced by spicy notes from oak-ageing over a period of 24 months, and allowed plenty of repose in bottle.
- Optimum serving temperature:16ºC
I have been a fan of Alejandro Fernandez for many years and none of his wines have disappointed yet. This example is soft, fruity, smooth with a clean finish and is very good value. his daughters are following on in his footsteps,Very reliable so I will continue to buy!by: Charles Skinner (03/12/2019) - Vintage 2013
Robust yet subtle red
This is a lesser-known cousin of the famous Pesquera made by Alejandro Fernandez. It's bold yet has soft tannins, a hint of vanilla. The ageing in oak doesn't overpower, has been done with a subtle touch. From the same area as Toro - this is an old favourite of mine, a great alternative to Rioja.by: glenn (13/03/2019) - Vintage 2013
Still a bit young
Again this is an excellent wine. Full of ripe fruit and plenty of earthy oak flavours. It's still a bit young but very tasty already. Lovely.by: Rob T (15/02/2019) - Vintage 2013
Always fantastic wine
This is one of my go to wines from Vinissimus and never disappoints. Such greta value for money. Everyone's wine collection should contain some of this stuff!by: Fabio from Milan (19 Jan) - Vintage 2013
Seven years, great wine
Incredible! This wine confirm that tempranillo is like a gentle sangiovese! In blinded taste I'd Have confused it with a perfect Rosso di Montalcino paying at least 15-20 € for it. Remember to decant it
Dehesa La Granja
Alejandro Fernández, the renowned Ribera winemaker, was attracted to vine-growing country in Zamora for his third winery, and returned this estate to its original use – the land had been used for breeding fighting bulls. In a superb location on the banks of the River Guareña, the buildings are very much in keeping with the local and natural environment. In fact, in the mid 18th Century, largeteams of workmen hacked their way underground through layers of rock to create a maze...