Os Cantals

2016

Os Cantals 2016

Red wine Aged in wood. 12 months in oak barrels.
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Red wine Aged in wood. 12 months in oak barrels.
Alcohol: 15.00%
Designation: D.O. Campo de Borja
Winery: Cuevas de Arom
Production area: Spain Aragón
Contains sulphites
Tipo de Uva: 100% Garnacha Tinta
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Os Cantals
Red wine Aged in wood. 12 months in oak barrels.
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Alcohol: 15.00%
Production area: Spain Aragón
Type of grape: Garnacha Tinta
Designation: D.O. Campo de Borja
Winery: Cuevas de Arom
Tipo de Uva: 100% Garnacha Tinta
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 15.00%
Production area: Spain Aragón
Type of grape: Garnacha Tinta
Designation: D.O. Campo de Borja
Winery: Cuevas de Arom
Contains sulphites
The winery Cuevas de Arom is the new project of Bodegas Frontonio in Ainzón, Campo de Borja. Here, Fernando, Mario and Francisco, vinify old Grenache in the traditional way, with the aim of placing value on some of the oldest and most unique vineyards in the area. Their wines seek a more elegant profile with more freshness, thanks to a slighter extraction and less marked notes of the barrel.
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 DO Campo 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".