Enate Syrah Blend Somontano Syrah-Shiraz 2006
Under the protection of the Pyrenees, or more exactly, in the Somontano, that is, "at the foot of the mountains", in the Northeast area of the province of Huesca you can find the 4.297 hectares which are home to one of Spain's most interesting wineries. This Syrah is a dark red cherry colour. It has red fruits and blue flowers on the nose, with a hint of olives on a lactic notes and vanilla background. It has a voluptuous on the palate with noble and velvety tannins. Served between 16°C and 18°C it shows all its fragrance and complexity. As the wine was not subjected to tartaric filtration, it may show a natural sediment. Decant the wine gently to leave sediment behind without affecting to the taste of the wine.
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Enate, like music, paintings, literature and exceptional cuisine is an expression of the finest art. Quality not quantity is Enate's trademark producing wines for those that appreciate the finest things in life. Indeed, Enate's top winemaker Jesus Artajona expects nothing but the absolute best having previously achieved great heights with world renowned 1st class growth, Chateau Margaux. As Spain's leading winery for quality control, Enate boasts ultra modern facilities in spectacular contemporary premises while maintaining the best of tradition, ensuring low yields and eco-friendly practices. Love, care and attention go into everything they create and thus, the magic of Enate has already won the hearts of 45 countries worldwide since it was founded in 1991. Its high altitude vineyards in Somontano, covering 600 hectres of land, are a perfect microclimate for producing stunning wines from both international and native grape varieties. Grapes: &...
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