Wine maker notes: Campo de Borja is the self-proclaimed "Garnacha Empire" and rightfully so. It has an intense, dry continental climate with less than 400mm of rain per year. The old grarled vines which are more than 30-50 year old bush vines, which are dry-farmed and grown in the higher part of the Ainzon municipality. Calcareous and sandtone soils with reddish shades due to iron content. The grapes were picked by hand during the second week of October. The fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks at 26º, with a prolonged maceration of two weeks. Afterwards it perfected for 7 months in 225L French oak barrels.
Grape Variety/Blend: Garnacha Tinta 100%
Tasting Note: Deep and bright ruby colour. Intense nose displaying complex aromas of ripe dark cherries, red plums and hints of vanilla and spices. It is dry in the mouth with a harmonious balance, supple tannins and a very tasty fruit concentration filling the mouth with ripe juice, ending in a long finish.