Varietals Produced by Castillo Catadau View all
History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...
Castillo Catadau on Snooth
Another Naked Wines one...Red Ruby with a bit of Brown translucent in the glass. Opens with thyme and cherry and other herbs, then ripe blueberry and green leaf of something...then cocoa, and boysenberry. Thick in the mouth, with a bit of alcohol burn, but loads of roasted berry fruit and oak. Balanced tannins and acidity, great now, this seems ... Read More
My Rating 85: This is another in the series of Wines offered by Nakedwines.com. Simple style reminiscent of a spanish jug wine. Body thin with acidity and simple flavors. Nose Balanced but nothing outstanding Read More
from Naked Wines, this is a good example of a Tempranillo that's had a bit of time to develop. Warm and soft- no harshness at all- I got a blackcurrant liquorice hit with a smooth finish. Would certainly it have again, with a cheeseboard Read More
Feb 11, 2010
Having lived in Catadau for 4 years I feel qualified to say there is no castle or vineyard. This wine probably comes from Liria (about 15 miles away) which has a thriving wine industry.