Wine maker notes: From old bush vines in the mountainous municipality of Villarroya de la Sierra in what could be considered extreme viticulture and “Extreme Garnachas”. An ideal area for a fresher Garnacha with bright acidity and color due to large diurnal temperature shifts. Bright sunny days and cold nights. The grapes are from a selection of vineyards at 800 metres above sea level, with poor clay calcareous rocky soil with lots of stones (canto rodado). The fermentation took place in stainless steel vats at 25 cº. Aged on its fine lees for 4 months in concrete vats. A limited production of about 5000 bottles.
Grape Variety/Blend: Garnacha Tinta 100%
Tasting Note: Beautiful medium ruby colour. Perfumed nose showing red berries aromas with notes of thyme, lavender and Mediterranean spices. It is dry in the palate, with very soft tannins and a delicate balance. Fresh and juicy with a very long finish.
Food Pairing: Roasted chicken, grilled vegetables, pasta salad, risotto, mushrooms and poultry.