Vino de Montaña Garnacha 2017

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Tasting Notes

Very aromatic with red fruit, including red currants and other berries along with hints of high-quality maraschino cherries. The palate is similar with more red fruits, beautiful minerality and moderate acidity. Medium bodied with a longer finish.


Sierra de Gredos is a mountainous wine region known more for its culture of “village wines” rather than any one Denominacion de Origen or classified growing region. The vines here, usually very old Garnacha but also native Rufette and Piñuela, form the foundation for many of the regions wines and unique heritage blends. Grown in the granite soils of Sierra de Gredos’ extremely high elevation, these often bold red wine grapes emerge from the cellar with more restrained qualities that are often more perfumed and delicate than those emerging from lower (and hotter) elevation.  

Vino de Montaña is part of the winemaking collective known as the Peninsula Vinicultures, a group of producers who grow and create wines made in the “sympathetic winemaking” style which proclaims a reasoned balance of nature and science & technology brought together to help craft authentic and terroir-driven wines. 
The field blend used to craft this wine was farmed organically. 
Food Pairing Suggestions

Cheese, Mexican, Pizza, Pork, Slow-smoked Barbeque/BBQ Sauce, Vegetables

Grape Varietal:
Grenache/Garnacha, Other Red, Rufete, Piñuela
$18.00 each