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Characteristics of Moncaíno
Moncaíno is a red wine from V.T. Valdejalón made by Viñedos de Mancuso, a winery founded in 2000 by the Navascués family and Carlos San Pedro. They state that there are no signature wines; the wines must have authors as many people participate in the process, and it is not an individual process. The climate is a factor that has to be taken into account when they are trying to make a wine that is influenced by the ripening of the grapes. In this area, the climate is continental. The average annual temperature is 12ºC and the rate of rainfall is 490mm. This wine is a single variety Grenache grown on vines between 50 and 80 years old located close to Moncayo, in the province of Zaragoza. The vines are north facing and can be found at an altitude of 800 metres above sea level. The vines are planted on steep slopes and hill sides in slate soils with low fertility but a great organic richness. The viticulture is a little interventionist in order to preserve the original essence of the Grenache. As for the production, there is a long pre-fermentation cold maceration in order to achieve the best extraction of colour and tannins. Afterwards, the wine undergoes an alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel deposits at a temperature of 30ºC. The post-fermentation maceration takes place for 30 days while the wine rests in contact with its skins. Finally, Moncaíno ages in French and American oak barrels for 7 months.
Serve at 16ºC
We recommend decanting before consumption
Mature cheese, Cod, Spiced fish stews, White meat, White roasted meat, Roasted red meats, Grilled red meats, Red meat with sauce, White meat with sauce, Soupy rice
SightPurple cherry colour with good robeNoseOn the nose it has a good intensity that is predominately red and black fruits with subtle floral nuances, toasted notes and minerality.TasteOn the palate the wine is broad and structured. It has a good acidity that prolongs its passage.
SightDark cherry colour with violet reflections. Clean and bright wine, with a medium-high robe and very thin and constant tears.NoseVery powerful and expressive nasal aromas. Its notes of red and black frut are released along with delicate floral hints, nice and intense toasted notes and a background of mineral nuances. Elegant and sober.TasteAfter a wide attack, this red wine shows an extraordinary, well-integrated and refreshing acidity, which makes the mid palate longer. Very nice, sweet and ripe tannic sensation. Long finish with a marked persistence. Its toasted and fruity notes are felt again in the retro-olfaction.
Red wine Barrel. 5 months on lees in stainless steel vats and 8 months in French oak barrels used. Volume: 75 cl. Winery: Bodegas Frontonio. Production area: VT Valdejalón. Grapes used in this wine: Garnacha Tinta.