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Características de El Puño Garnacha
El Puño Garnacha is a wine produced by the El Escocés Volante winery in Calatayud.
This winery, located in Calatayud, is owned by the Scottish winemaker, Norrel Robertson.
El Puño Garnacha 2009 is 100% made from Grenache. The grapes come from very old vines, aged between 70 and 100 years, located in the village of Acered, southeast of Calatayud.
The vineyards are located at an altitude of 1000m and are planted on soils of slate and quartzite. The local climate is continental with extreme temperature fluctuations and a low annual rainfall of 200/300 mm.
To prepare El Puño Garnacha 2009, a maceration is carried out cold, immediately after destemming. Then the juice is fermented at a controlled temperature in oak barrels of 500l. After the fermentation process, El Puño Garnacha 2009 is aged for 16 months in the same oak barrels of 500l.
Serve at 17ºC
We recommend decanting before consumption
Roasted lamb, Grilled red meats, Game animals, Stew, Game stew, Roasts
SightCherry red high layer and garnet rim. Coloured tear.NoseIntense aromas of black fruit, blackberries, plums, toasted oak, cedar and coffee. Floral background with hints of raspberry.TasteFull-bodied, sweet with excellent levels of acidity and sweet and well integrated tannins. Balanced, with fine and tasty toasted notes. Persistent finish.
SightDark blackberry color with piping evolved.NoseSharp and intense aromas of black fruit, toasted oak, cedar and cappucino to the following floral notes (violets), touches of raspberry and notes of wild mountain herbs.TasteFull-bodied and elegant with crisp acidity and well integrated tannins. Creamy texture with notes of vanilla and mineral long finish.
The history and legendary Camino de Santiago to Navarra, with the resulting French and Central European cultural influence in the area, influenced in the Middle Ages the tradition of unique wines, centred on the use of the Garnacha Tinta grape variety. The modernisation of wineries, the careful choice of the vineyards, the incorporation of noble varieties, and the commitment of winemakers seeking more flavour instead of alcohol, has led to a new generation of Calatayud wines, which are fine, elegant and very personal.