The Spaniards have a knack of turning out really attractive wines at reasonable prices. This is a great example that offers lively, seductive red fruits mixed with savoury herbs and coffee grounds, dark chocolate? Young but smooth drinking, real crowd pleaser.92 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)
Grenache, or Garnacha when it hails from its home in Spain, has finally elevated itself from workhorse to superstar. This one is from the northeast provinces in Spain and we are told has been blended with some other Iberian varietals. Who doesn’t enjoy a mystery! Deep maroon in colour. Big and bold and oozing flavour, we have notes of black cherries, spices, dry herbs, blackberries, deep fruit aromas, chocolate and coffee grinds plus a hint of aniseed and some plummy touches. This is a little darker in fruit and flavours than many Grenache/Garnacha. Supple and sleek, there is quite bright acidity here, nice length and fine tannins. Delicious now and should remain so for the next four to six years. Great food style.
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