Garnacha Salvaje del Moncayo 2012
La Garnacha Salvaje del Moncayo es un vino que sorprende por su redondez y juventud. Tras una crianza de 5 meses en barricas nuevas, este vino expresa las cualidades de la Garnacha en esta zona del Valle del Ebro. Un vino afrutado, fresco y de tanino dulce capaz de satisfacer a los amantes de esta variedad, que poco a poco recupera su protagonismo.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
"This is a wine that says 'fun' to me. Majestic promise us that it is made from 'ancient, wild vines' and that it has 'a Burgundian minerality, with subtle French oak' - quite an achievement! The grapes are grown on the north-facing slopes of the Moncayo in the Ebro Valley in northern Spain, with a high proportion of slate and pebbles, and spent five months in new French oak, apparently - which makes it quite a bargain. Grapes were not picked until the second half of October and were hand harvested."
"This youthful, strikingly packaged Garnacha comes from the Ribera del Quielles region of northern Spain. It's made from young vines - hence, in part, its juiciness - and it's a stunner, with lots of sweet bramble and raspberry fruit, hints of pepper and clove spice and a palate-cleansing finish. If you like your Garnacha fresh rather than baked, you'll love this wine."