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Adaras Huella 2016

Adaras Huella

2016
ORGANIC
91
PEÑÍN
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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeRed Wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%

The wine

Made from Garnacha Tintorera and Monastrell, grown in ecological, on limestone soils at 850 meters altitude.

Cherry red color with violet reflections and covered layer. On the nose it exhibits a powerful entrance, with fruity impact of fresh red fruit and with smoky and mineral notes. Over time it develops aromas of more mature fruit, Mediterranean undergrowth, spices and black berries. In the mouth, sweet tooth giving way to well-melted tannins, fresh acidity and tasty fruitiness. In the background it shows notes of black licorice, graphite and spices.

What does this wine taste like?

View
Picota cherry red / Violet glints / Opaque
Bouquet
Powerful / Higly aromatic / Red fruit / Smoky notes / Mineral notes / Ripe fruit / Undergrowth notes / Spicy notes / Fruits of the forest / Mediterranean herbs
Mouth
Rich / Ripe tannins / Good acidity / Fresh / Fruit-forward / Spicy notes / Mineral notes / Liquorice / Flavoursome

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Ratings and awards

201691 PN
PN: Peñín

Customer reviews

4.5/5
2 reviews
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The winery

Bodegas Almanseñas

Bodegas Almanseñas

Ester Nin (Priorat) began her wine career at Bodegas Almanseñas. Today, José Ángel Martínez Marchante and Juan José Diez Saus are the winery’s technical managers, advised by Pep Aguilar and Patri Morillo also from the Priorat, and assisted by the whole team. Working on this new project, their intention is to convey all the personality of the Almansa terroir, especially through the Garnacha Tintorera, capable of endowing wines with a strong flavour, and Monastrell varieties....

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