"This Gran Reserva is a classic red wine, expressing powerful aromas with an oaky finish and it resembles Spain in a glass."
Discover this Spanish Secret from Cariñena. Grape-growing and wine-making prospered in Cariñena under the protection of several monasteries during the Middle Ages and by the 16th century vineyards covered 50% of the territory of the province of Zaragoza. They take pride to make wines of this original Spanish grapes to subtrect character and minerality from its terroir. That you can taste!
The number indicates the sugar content in grams per liter of the wine. 4 g/l sugar is considered a dry wine.
Range 1 to 5. Aroma: oak and wild red berries.
Range 1-5. The more body a wine has the more structure and complexity a wine has. Light bodied wines have more fruit aromas and lower alcohol content. Medium bodied wines are easy to drink, smooth and not overwhelming.
The number denotes the alcohol %.
Range from light to dark (full body red wines): 1-5
Made from a blend of 3 noble Spanish grapes, Inès reveals her next secret from Cariñena. A world renowned wine region which is considered to be the oldest D.O. areas of Spain. The domain with a continental climate is known for quality vines and distinguished soil. That is why Inès immediately fell for this Gran Reserva. These historical and rich vines deliver a low yield of magnificent character, which originates in real wine treasures.
NOSE Characteristic of roasty chestnuts, spices, vanilla & balsamic.
TASTE Smooth, harmonious and elegant by the side of subdued tannins. With a refined finish!
BODY A friendly and medium bodied wine, elegant and well balanced.
COLOR Admire the brilliant garnet red color beaming orangey hues
VINTAGE Aged for 60 months, benefitting from good growing conditions, the Gran Reserva from 2011 is a good quality vintage with wines that are relatively powerful and rich in flavors.
This Gran Reserva pairs well with the local Serano hams and Mancho cheeses but it is also a good companion of roasted meat dishes and grilled vegetables. Best enjoyed at 16 - 18°C.