Joan d'Anguera Montsant Garnatxa 2010

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Garnatxa is Catalan for grenache, a widely planted and blended varietal all over Europe. Chateauneuf-du-Pape being a ...

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This Garnatxa, Catalan for Grenache, is a real show-stopper, beginning with the rush of floral aromas you get when you stick your nose in the glass... Read more

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Snooth User: Etty Lewensztain
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07/05/2012

This Garnatxa, Catalan for Grenache, is a real show-stopper, beginning with the rush of floral aromas you get when you stick your nose in the glass, all the way down to the wine's mouth-watering sweet and sour pomegranate and plum flavors. Made with organically grown grapes, and fermented using wild yeasts, this natural wine is quite feminine and pretty in style and leaves a lasting impression. Click here to watch my video review of this wine: http://www.plonkwinemerchants.com/spain/joan-danguera-garnatxa/


Winemaker's Notes:

Garnatxa is Catalan for grenache, a widely planted and blended varietal all over Europe. Chateauneuf-du-Pape being a prime example. 100% for this hearty number."Vivid ruby-red. High-pitched aromas of raspberry, cherry and fresh rose, along with a sexy note of Asian spices; smells a lot like a New World pinot noir. Bright and juicy, with pliant red berry flavors and a late kick of white pepper. Offers very attractive fruity character and shows no rough edges on the long, focused finish."Stephen Tanzer's Int'l Wine Cellar

Garnatxa is Catalan for grenache, a widely planted and blended varietal all over Europe. Chateauneuf-du-Pape being a prime example. 100% for this hearty number."Vivid ruby-red. High-pitched aromas of raspberry, cherry and fresh rose, along with a sexy note of Asian spices; smells a lot like a New World pinot noir. Bright and juicy, with pliant red berry flavors and a late kick of white pepper. Offers very attractive fruity character and shows no rough edges on the long, focused finish."Stephen Tanzer's Int'l Wine Cellar

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