MONASTERIO DE LAS VINAS "Gran Reserva" - Garnacha - Carinena, Spain

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Product SKU
SP21
Vintage: 2013
Fine ruby red color that’s beginning to show some garnet reflections. Elegant aromas of red currants, tobacco and eucalyptus pervade the nose. Full body and intense flavors of cherries, red currants and balsamic touches.
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Country SPAIN Region Carinena Grape Varietal Carinena, Garnacha, Tempranillo

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Description

Fine ruby red color that's beginning to show some garnet reflections. Elegant aromas of red currants, tobacco and eucalyptus pervade the nose. Full body and intense flavors of cherries, red currants and balsamic touches. The finish is long and enjoyable. Pairs well with roasted meats and pasta dishes. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Pairs well with roasted meats
  • Pasta Pairs well with pasta dishes in general

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Carinena, Garnacha, Tempranillo
Vintage 2013
Region Carinena
Country SPAIN
Winemakers Marcelo Morales
Producer Grandes Vinos
Average age of vines 40 years old
Harvest method Hand-picked
Aging 2 years on the barrel, 3 years on the bottle
Nose Attribute Herbal, Mint, Red Berries, Toasted
SKU SP21

Vineyard Info

Between 1950 and 1967, Cariñena District saw the setting up in various municipal areas of the many wine co-operatives. Maintaining the philosophy of combining individual efforts to create more powerful business structures and ensuring accessibility to viticulture tools to all winegrowers, in 1997, GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS, S.A., was founded with an innovative business model in the winemaking sector. Its mission is to make vine cultivation in Cariñena sustainable and profitable, bringing together a third of the total production of the Denomination of Origin.

At the heart of the interest groups are the over 700 families of winegrowers that belong to the Co-operatives and who work in the vineyards every day as their way of life, and who have accumulated several generations' worth of experience and knowledge unique in the world. In the 11th century, Cistercian monks built a monastery in a unique area of the Sierra de Aguarón. With the passing of the years and their harvests, their fame spread throughout the world, it is unknown if this was because of their spirituality or because of the quality of the wine they produced.

Today, as a tribute to that famous Monasterio de las Viñas, of which only a few stones remain, using traditional varieties of the zone, mainly indigenous, it is produced one of the Spanish brands with the greatest international presence, with vineyards coming entirely from the Aguarón zone, one of the highest zones with the best quality of the Cariñena Protected Wine Appellation.

Description

Fine ruby red color that's beginning to show some garnet reflections. Elegant aromas of red currants, tobacco and eucalyptus pervade the nose. Full body and intense flavors of cherries, red currants and balsamic touches. The finish is long and enjoyable. Pairs well with roasted meats and pasta dishes. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Pairs well with roasted meats
  • Pasta Pairs well with pasta dishes in general

Awards

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Carinena, Garnacha, Tempranillo
Vintage 2013
Region Carinena
Country SPAIN
Winemakers Marcelo Morales
Producer Grandes Vinos
Average age of vines 40 years old
Harvest method Hand-picked
Aging 2 years on the barrel, 3 years on the bottle
Nose Attribute Herbal, Mint, Red Berries, Toasted
SKU SP21

Between 1950 and 1967, Cariñena District saw the setting up in various municipal areas of the many wine co-operatives. Maintaining the philosophy of combining individual efforts to create more powerful business structures and ensuring accessibility to viticulture tools to all winegrowers, in 1997, GRANDES VINOS Y VIÑEDOS, S.A., was founded with an innovative business model in the winemaking sector. Its mission is to make vine cultivation in Cariñena sustainable and profitable, bringing together a third of the total production of the Denomination of Origin.

At the heart of the interest groups are the over 700 families of winegrowers that belong to the Co-operatives and who work in the vineyards every day as their way of life, and who have accumulated several generations' worth of experience and knowledge unique in the world. In the 11th century, Cistercian monks built a monastery in a unique area of the Sierra de Aguarón. With the passing of the years and their harvests, their fame spread throughout the world, it is unknown if this was because of their spirituality or because of the quality of the wine they produced.

Today, as a tribute to that famous Monasterio de las Viñas, of which only a few stones remain, using traditional varieties of the zone, mainly indigenous, it is produced one of the Spanish brands with the greatest international presence, with vineyards coming entirely from the Aguarón zone, one of the highest zones with the best quality of the Cariñena Protected Wine Appellation.