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Characteristics of Godina Garnacha
Godina Garnacha is a monovarietal Grenache produced by Bodegas Morca in the D.O. Campo de Borja.
Bodegas Morca is located in the town of Borja, in Zaragoza. It is the project run by Juan Gil Bodegas Familiares and Gil Vera in Campo de Borja.
The grapes for Godina Garnacha come from small plots with low yields. The plots are harvested by hand and fermented separately in small stainless steel tanks. The resulting wine is then put into French oak barrels to complete the malolactic fermentation, and remains there ageing for 15 months. Lastly each barrel is tasted and, after a careful selection, a limited production of this wine is obtained.
Godina Garnacha 2015 has moderately intense aromas of spices, licorice and plums, with light floral and toasted notes. Its ripe tannins offer a mouthfeel with a silky texture, that is well balanced and with a lingering finish.
For many years, Aragonese wines were used to strengthen weaker wines, both in Spain and abroad. However, in the past few years Araongese wines have managed to dramatically change this stereotype and their reputation in general. The D.O Somontano region lead this revolution during the 90´s with the cultivation of foreign varieties, but now other wine regions, such as the DOCampo de Borja, have discovered the extraordinary possibilities of one of its native varieties: Grenache, one of the most prominent varieties in Spain. It is not in vain that the DO Campo de Borja is considered "the queen of Grenache".