Toasty oak, black fruits and espresso roast aromas are followed by a full-bodied wine with supple, sweet cherry and b...Read more...
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The 2005 Alto Las Pizarras take things to a still higher level. A selection of the best lost was put into 100% new French oak to complete malolactic where it remained until recent bottling.
Toasty oak, black fruits and espresso roast aromas are followed by a full-bodied wine with supple, sweet cherry and black fruit flavours with no hard edges.
<p>The Las Pizarras del Jalón Calatayud 2005 is produced from 100% old bush, dry farmed Garnacha vines that range in age from 70 to 100 years old. It has a dark ruby red color and is quite floral with aromas of , lavender, spices, and Provencal herbs. Despite it's age the flavor has a modern, rich taste with a round palate and layers of cherry, dark plum and light oak spice. A well balanced wine with a long that has plenty of tannins to be saved for several years.</p>
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