GRAPE: Garnacha.

APPELLATION: Campo de Borja DO.

VINIFICATION: Sustainable. Harvested by hand. Farmed naturally without any chemicals. Made from the garnacha grape, destemmed and crushed in the vineyard to protect the quality and the freshness of the fruit. Maceration for up to 7 days and fermentation at 25ºC/77ºF in stainless steel fermentation tanks.

TASTING NOTES: Young, round and friendly unoaked red wine with great aromatic intensity. Its dark violet red color leads to aromas of raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. Subtle notes of white pepper. Pleasant, smooth and balanced.

FOOD PAIRING: Tender, slow-cooked pork, curry lamb, or root vegetable stews.

Tech Sheet:

PRODUCER: The vineyards are situated on the northern slopes of the Moncayo mountain range, in the Spanish province of Aragón. The vines benefit from a unique microclimate of long, hot summers and fiercely cold and dry winters, characterised by the region’s infamous Cierzo wind. Over the centuries, the native Garnacha grapes have grown so well that the appellation is now officially known as the Empire of Garnacha.