What does this wine taste like?
|Ruby red / Deeply-coloured / Quite opaque / Garnet glints|
|Clean / Higly aromatic / Ripe fruit / Spicy notes / Toasty notes / Oak wood|
|Flavoursome / Powerful / Balanced / Structured / Pleasant finish / Long / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Red meats, Roasts, Game stews, Lamb, Beef , Cured cheeses, Cooked pork products
Great red wine,nice taste.Works perfectly with cure meat,cheese or even just itself.Highly recommended. Good value for money,definitely.It wont disappoint at all.by: timosu (09/11/2019) - Vintage 2014
Very good wine with small price
Very good wine, especially as it is very small price. Pairs well with strong cheese. Pretty typical Navarre wine, balanced and fruity taste.by: Mark the spark. (16/10/2017) - Vintage 2011
Very nice wine.
Very nice wine, I don't normally buy wines from the Navarre region, but this is a cracker, would buy again for sure.by: Richard Gowland (19/12/2020) - Vintage 2014
Gran Feudo Navarra
This wine is sumptuous, a deep red. I like strong wines and this is just right for me.by: Carles (28/02/2017) - Vintage 2010
Está bien. Me esperaba más
Un vino sin pretensiones. Suave pero le falta cuerpo. Bien con carnes rojas, barbacoas, e inlcuso con quesos curados de obeja.
|Ageing period||18 months|
|Type of wood||French and american oak|
Bodegas Gran Feudo
Gran Feudo is a well-recognised brand name that has made its mark over the past 35 years and is known in over 60 countries. With connections to the Bodegas Julián Chivite family of Navarra, its history comes through one of Spain's oldest wine-making dynasties. In 1872 Claudio Chivite began building a winery called La Cascajera, which was named after the stone quarry where it was located, and this now houses Bodegas Gran Feudo, complete with renovation and refurbishments. Its...