£23.21/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Cherry red / Intense / Ruby-red glints|
|Higly aromatic / Ripe red fruit / Plums / Mineral / Spices / Vanilla / Roasted notes|
|Powerful / Oily / Balanced / Concentrated / Long / Silky / Rounded tannins|
Drinking and storing
Meat rice dishes, Game birds, Cured cheeses
Ratings and awards
Terrific value - a real stunner
This is one of my favourite reds. It represents for me what is great about Spanish wines - it has great flavour, a fantastic nose and is really good value for money. Make sure you let it breath, preferably in a large wine glass, under-filled. It gets better and better. I first tasted it in a Spanish Michelin 3* restaurant - loved it then, love it now.
Had this wine in a restaurant in London and really enjoyed it. Found it was available at Vinissimus so ordered some. Service was excellent, ordering process simple and delivery first class. So much so I ordered more.
Es un vino al que le tengo mucho cariño ya que me recuerda una gran cena del año 2005, el gran Pitu Roca nos lo aconsejó para acompañar su menú degustación en El celler de Can Roca, si lo aconseja don Pitu...
La primera vez que lo probé, en un menú degustación, me impresionó, asi que puedo decir por mi experiencia que acompaña muy bien con todo tipo de comida.
El sabor de este vino siempre es enorme. Favorito absoluto
|Type of wood||French oak|
|Vine age||Between 40 and 50 years|
Bodegas Aragonesas was founded in 1984 when several cooperatives in the Campo de Borja region decided to unite to market the wines they were producing. The intervening years have seen this winery grow in prestige and recognition globally due to their Coto de Hayas brand, their star variety Garnacha used in the production of many wines, often originating from extremely old grapevines, and the careful management of their extensive vineyards has not gone unnoticed either. They...