£11.60/ 0.75 L btl
A fruity and fresh wine that has sweet tannins. It originates from a vineyard of old Garnacha vines located in the foothills of Moncayo, which was planted over half a century ago and now is exactly the right time for these Garnachas to start delivering their best.
Aged for 5 months in new French oak barrels, a well-rounded wine which surprises us with its freshness and mature fruit. Its grapes come from plants grown in high-altitude vineyards with a large amount of slate and pebbles in the soil which enhance the minerality of the wine. It gives off aromas of red berries and scrub-bush, and is a pleasant yet wild wine.
Drinking and storing
Raspberry, pure, but a bit hot
I didn't like this as much as the 2014, bit it is still a good wine for the price. It tastes a bit riper than the previous year, with a more pronounced raspberry character and a bit of heat from the alcohol. Clear and pure, but without the lightness of the 2014.
A summer bargain.
Super summer quaffer, lovely almost perfumed nose with violets, wild raspberries and herbs. Good acidity and a fair amount of complexiy at a very competitive price!
Good depth of flavour
Excellent to drink with food or on its own, this wine has a variety of fruity complex flavours. Very good value for the price, will certainly buy again.
Complex but easy to drink. Has a few bottles with some cheese and pickle and it was just the job.
Would recommend this as an every day wine that is easy drinking
Garnachas Project is a project that aims to pay tribute to one of the most important grapes in the Mediterranean: Garnacha. Following the course of the Ebro river and the history of its lands, this project has recovered ancient vineyards of this variety in very diverse corners, starting with La Rioja, continuing through Navarra and crossing Aragón until reaching Catalonia. In each of these regions, the grape dresses its essence with each of the landscapes and becomes as familiar...