Castillo de Monseran Garnacha Cariñena 2010

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This 100% Garnacha from 30- to 50-year-old vines comes from a co-op in the Cariñena DO of Aragón region with 40 diffe...

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Nice inexpensive Grenache, Aromas of plum and raspberry, smooth on the palate, long lasting finish and a deep satisfying wine aura. Balanced with m... Read more

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Snooth User: jamessulis
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03/07/2013

Nice inexpensive Grenache, Aromas of plum and raspberry, smooth on the palate, long lasting finish and a deep satisfying wine aura. Balanced with mild but noticeable tannins


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04/19/2014

Winemaker's Notes:

This 100% Garnacha from 30- to 50-year-old vines comes from a co-op in the Cariñena DO of Aragón region with 40 different growers. An incredible bargain, it has no barrel influence, and is very fresh and fruity on the nose with cherry pie like fruit and fresh rose floral notes. Smooth and velvety on the tongue with a nice freshness. Simple with pretty floral notes. 86 points Jay Miller (Wine Advocate): The 2010 Garnacha spent 3-6 months in American oak. Aromas of rose petals and black cherries inform the nose of a grapy, ripe, easy-going red to pair with pizzas and burgers over the next 3 years. (Jun 2011)

This 100% Garnacha from 30- to 50-year-old vines comes from a co-op in the Cariñena DO of Aragón region with 40 different growers. An incredible bargain, it has no barrel influence, and is very fresh and fruity on the nose with cherry pie like fruit and fresh rose floral notes. Smooth and velvety on the tongue with a nice freshness. Simple with pretty floral notes. 86 points Jay Miller (Wine Advocate): The 2010 Garnacha spent 3-6 months in American oak. Aromas of rose petals and black cherries inform the nose of a grapy, ripe, easy-going red to pair with pizzas and burgers over the next 3 years. (Jun 2011)

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