Pancrudo es uno de los vino de pueblo que Gómez Cruzado elabora con viñedos de especial singularidad que posee en la zona del Alto Narejilla, un terroir con un clima más extremo que en el resto de la Rioja Alta. Se trata de una edición monovarietal de Garnacha que nos ha deleitado por su frescura, carácter frutal, buena acidez y persistencia.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
The 2017 Pancrudo is pure Garnacha from the village of Badarán, produced exactly in the same way as 2016. It's from a riper and easier year that delivered round-ish wines with a touch more alcohol and less acidity, but still vibrant and elegant. This is a more approachable version of an extreme zone. This is more in the style of 2015, juicier and a little headier than 2016, combining good ripeness with balance and integrated oak. The palate is juicy and elegant, with chalky, fine-grained tannins. 5,527 bottles and 200 magnums were filled in February 2019. - Luis Gutiérrez.
Extremely focused and pretty with ripe strawberries and crushed black pepper, as well as lavender undertones. Flavorful and tight finish. Drink now.
Fresh nose of vibrant peppery strawberries with aromatic herbs. Lovely rich palate with load of sweet fruit concentration.
The 80 to 100-year-old vines that supply the grapes for this remarkable Garnacha look like trees, according to Juan Antonio Leza. Showing the freshness of old vines at 650 metres, this is a refined, focused, refreshing red of great purity, intensity and balanced, with lots of floral intensity, fine tannins and understated wood. 2022-30