Wine Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Garnacha grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Red
- Designation of Origin: Campo de Borja
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14º
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 14º-17º
- WINERIES: Aragonesas
- TASTING NOTES: Color: Red intense cherry aspect clean and bright. Aroma: High intensity, fruity aroma and ? oral, very clean and powerful. dialing varietal character with roasted mild tones and spicy contributed by raising wood. Mouth: soft, bulky, wide Attack, fleshy, harmonious and structured. Rico nuances, very balanced and comprehensive and Very long aftertaste
- BARREL AGING: 4 months
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Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria with 4 months of aging in French oak barrels
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Elaboration of Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria
Regarding the elaboration, the traditional method is followed.
Everything starts with a cold maceration for 24 hours. Subsequently, a fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature of 28º C and a maceration for 2 weeks.
What kind of wine is Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
Author's red wine
An Author wine is one that supervises all the stages of its process: vintage, fermentation, aging and bottling. Nor is its commercialization neglected.
All this to create a totally personal and unique wine.
Sensations of Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria
The wine has a very bright and clean cherry red color.
Its aroma is fruity with an important intensity. The varietal character and toasted tones predominate due to its aging in wooden barrels.
It has a soft step through the mouth, while being fleshy. It is a well structured and smooth balanced wine.
The winery Aragonesas
The Bodega Aragonesas was founded in 1984.
The team of expert winemakers, teachers in the elaboration of our famous Garnacha, and the human team that make up the different departments of the winery achieve the final result of wines of international prestige.
Denomination of origin Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria
Campo de Borja is located northwest of the province of Zaragoza, 60 km from the capital.
It is a transition zone between the mountains of the Iberian System and the Ebro Valley.
It includes the Somontano del Moncayo and extends along the Valley of the
river Huecha and the so-called Llanos de Plasencia.
Side. Campo de Borja treasures among its authentic jewels wines in which the variety "Garnacha" reaches all its splendor.
In the lower area, with altitudes between 350 and 450 meters, we find brown limestone soils and "garnachas", both in traditional glass formation and trellis. It is the earliest maturing area and includes the vineyards of Magallón, Pozuelo de Aragón ... Their wines are warm, powerful and very aromatic
The middle zone is characterized by having the highest concentration and density of vineyards. It includes the vineyards located between 450 and 550 meters of altitude. There are the soils of the terraces of the river "La Huecha", tributary of the Ebro and all the gravelly and clay-ferrous soils. There are the vineyards of Ainzón, Borja, Fuendejalón .... in a relief of gentle slopes and good exposure to the sun. Their wines are very complex, intense, structured and fleshy.
The high area of the D.O, whose vineyards range from 550 to 700 meters of altitude, corresponds to the foothills of Moncayo. They correspond to the vineyards located in the Altas de Ainzón and Fuendejalón areas, as well as to the municipalities of Tabuenca, El Buste, Vera. Their wines are fine, subtle and elegant.
Variety of grapes used in Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
Made with 100% Garnacha tinta grapes. The beginning of the cultivation of the vine and in particular of the Garnacha, dates back to the year 1145 and is attributed to the Cistercian monks of the Monastery of Veruela, located a short distance from Fuendejalón and Magallón.
This wine is a monovarietal of Garnacha (100%) from two vineyards of the winery, Monte Alto and La Sarda, planted on slate and terraces. These vineyards are located on the slopes of the Iberian Range, in the foothills of Moncayo.
Wine pairing Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
To take with red and roasted meats.
Occasions where it is appropriate Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
To accompany meat meals
Price / quality ratio Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
Alcohol grade of Coto de Hayas Grenache Centenaria
A graduation of 14º.
Ideal temperature of Coto de Beas Grenache Centenaria
It is recommended to take it between 14º to 17º
Awards and distinctions of the Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria wine.
Gold Medal Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
"Try it if you want to enjoy a Grenache wine".
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