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Characteristics of Prados colección Syrah
Prados colección Syrahis a red wine from Campo de Borja prepared by Pagos del Moncayo, a family winery founded in 2006 at the foot of the Sierra del Moncayo, in the heart of the Iberian Range in Aragon. The winery owns more than 7 hectares of vineyards of vines over 80 years of age.
The climate in Campo de Borja is Mediterranean with continental influences, characterized by record long hot summers, cold winter of around 8 ° C and an average annual rainfall of 250 to 400 l/m². Cold northern winds are characteristic of this area.
This wine is a varietal Syrah from the vineyard La Loma de Bisimbre, 5,000 old vines planted on the slope of a small hill, on deep clay soil with gravel and mineral components. Regarding the development, after the manual harvest is completed in boxes of 20 kg, the grapes are de-stemmed and macerated in open vats. Subsequently the grapes are trodden. After the fermentation, the wines are separated from the pomace with a traditional pressing system. Finally, Prados colección Syrah is aged for 10 months in American oak barrels
Serve at 14ºC
We recommend decanting before consumption
Roasted lamb, Mature cheese, Spicy dishes, Stew, Game stew, Game animals
The nose has fruity aromas with florals, cassis, blackcurrant and blackberry. Notes of black olives and truffles also appear.
The palate is silky, powerful and full bodied. Fruit is the clear protagonist.
SightIntense picota cherry tones with violet iridescents.NoseA tasty and enjoyable wine with powerful aromas of forest fruits and violets, blackcurrents, blackberries, black olives, plum jam and truffles.TastePowerful and full-bodied with a silky texture.
SightIntense, bright cherry red colour with violet edges. Dense, slow-falling tears.NoseIn the nose, a good aromatic intensity is noticed. The notes of berry confiture are outstanding. The aromas provided by the wood are released later, when the roasted notes appear, well integrated with this wine's varietal aromas. Its subtle mineral notes contribute to this wine's complexity.TasteIn the mouth, it is fleshy, balanced and silky. It coats the mouth with fruity and toasted aromas. Its tannins are juicy and its long and persistent finish has a toasted aftertaste.
SightRed wild cherry color with intense violet hues, and the density of the layer show a well-structured wine. NoseThe nose is presented with an intensely aromatic in the tones that highlight the berries jam. The contribution of wood comes in the form of roasted flavors are well integrated into the varietal aromas. There are also subtle mineral notes that make you gain complexity.TasteThe flavor is meaty, balanced and silky tannins.
SightColor, with red piping picota intense violet, and the density of the layer show a well-structured, this wine.NoseNose is a great aromatic intensity on the tone of which are fruits of the forest preserves. The contribution of the wood comes in the form of roasted flavors well integrated into the varietal aromas. There are also subtle mineral notes that make you gain complexity.TasteThe flavor is meaty, balanced and silky tannins
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".
There is no doubt that the natural conditions of a region are what drive its development as a wine producing area, but the human factor is the one to finally decide if that area is able or not to achieve the recognition of its wines. Campo de Borja is a good example of the great value that the human factor has had in its new development along with its star variety, Red Grenache. And also with the international Syrah in Pagos del Moncayo, which in a few years has served to position the winery as a reference closely linked to the new, more cosmopolitan and modern era of Aragonese wines.