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Characteristics of 4 Monos GR10
4 Monos GR10 is an organic red wine with ageing from the D.O. Vinos de Madrid produced by Bodega 4 Monos Viticultores.
GR-10 refers to a hiking route that connects Lisbon with Valencia and that passes through two of the vineyards cultivated by Bodega 4 Monos Viticultores.
4 Monos GR10 is a wine resulting from a coupage of the varieties Grenache Tinta at 85%, Cariñena at 12% and Syrah at 3%. The grapes come from vineyards that are from 30 to 85 years old, located at 700 and 800 metres above sea level. To produce 4 Monos GR10 the grapes are harvested by hand and the bunches are vinified whole together with their stems. The fermentation is spontaneous; i.e. the yeasts that ferment the sugar in the grape are the grape’s own, and commercial yeasts are not added to ferment. Lastly, once the wine is fermented, it is aged for 9 months in oak barrels, in foudres and in concrete tanks.
4 Monos GR10 is a fresh and juicy wine, a result of the altitude in which the vineyards are located and the different types of ageing to which it has been subjected.
Serve at 16ºC
Roasted chicken, Soft cheese, Rice with meat, Grilled turkey
Although Madrid wines (Vinos de Madrid) are still relatively unknown among consumers, the region has enjoyed a prestige and historical past that dates back to the twelfth century. Current wines in the region however are far from the old wines of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, who in their golden years were perceived as some of the most prestigious wines in Spain. Today, the Vinos of Madrid face a highly competitive wine scene, but the effort local wineries regain this old prestige is evident in the quality of the wines being produced.