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This majestic Garnacha is made with grapes carefully selected from 60 to 110 year old vines which belong to the Capcanes cooperative’s member growers. These ancient plants produce incredibly concentrated and flavourful Garnacha grapes which must be attentively harvested by hand since they are bush vines. Following the harvest the grapes are sorted on selection tables before undergoing a slow maceration and fermentation over the course of a month.
The wine is then aged in new French oak barrels for 12 months which helps to add extra complexity and a distinctive toasty character to the Garnacha. After an additional four months of ageing in the tank the wine is finally deemed ready to be bottled and released.
The result is a truly decadent Garnacha which exudes bright cherry and wild berry aromas along with hints of wild herbs, rose petals and pencil lead. On the palate there is a generous full body, soft tannins and seductive ripe plum, toast and sweet spice flavours which linger long on the tongue. The firm structure of this wine makes it an excellent candidate for further cellar ageing or it can also be enjoyed now alongside roasted lamb, duck, or hearty beef stews.