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Characteristics of El Circo Acróbata Garnacha Tinto
El Circo Acróbata Garnacha is a red wine from Cariñena produced by El Circo winery. This winery belongs to the Grandes Vinos y Viñedos group and was founded in 1997. It is situated in the town of Cariñena, south of Zaragoza. El Circo Acróbata Garnacha is part of a project that attempts to combine the development of unique wines with modern control techniques and systems.
This red wine is made from 100% Grenache, the native variety. The grapes come from a selection of vineyards over 40 years old in Cosuenda, planted on hillsides around 600 meteres in altitude. The vineyards are cultivated traditionally in glass using rainfall.
As for the weather, the grapes support a continental climate, with an annual temperature of 14.4ºC and a rainfall of 435mm / year. El Circo Acróbata Garnacha gives us the opportunity to enjoy a balanced and agile wine.
SightCherry coloured with a blue trim, middle layer. Bright and nimble in the glass.NoseVery intense and varietal. Aromas of fresh red fruit, cherries and strawberries. Memories of Mediterranean forest herbs.TastePleasant, sweet and balanced. Dry tannins, compensated with good acidity. It is agile and fresh. Medium aftertaste. Ripe fresh strawberries.
SightA cherry colour with bluish rims, medium robe. Bright and agile on the glass.NoseIntense with aromas from the variety. Aromas of fresh red fruit, cherries and strawberries. Nuances of Mediterranean forest floor herbs.TastePleasant, slightly sweet and baanced in the mouth. Its somewhat dry tannins are made up for by a good acidity. Agile and fresh. Medium finish. Fresh, ripe strawberries.
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For centuries red wine from Cariñena was characterized by high alcohol contents, intense colours and great strength. These wines were made for French and Spanish exporters, who used it for blending with other wines from other latitudes, which were much lighter, thinner and fragile. However in recent years, the area has been carefully working with the traditional Grenache grapes, as well as recovering back the Cariñena variety (also known as Mazuelo), shaking off overly alcoholic wines to join the world of good quality wines. The future of this region is much more promising than its past.
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Great Wines and Vineyards is a happy fact that, through a strong and determined commitment to quality, aims to join the tradition of winemaking with modern research development, work systems, better control of all processes from the strain. The winery has the technology and human resources needed to respond to a competitive market and quality.