Wine Pow Tinto
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Garnacha grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Red
- Designation of Origin: Campo de Borja
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14º vol.
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 16º C
- WINERIES: Moncayo Wines
- TASTING NOTES: Cherry red color, with violet tones of youth. Fine and dense tear. On the nose, ripe red fruit, very intense, which stands out above the spicy aromas of oak. In the mouth, good balance between alcohol, acidity and tannin, with a marked presence of ripe red fruit, characteristic of a tall Garnacha. With a very nice and persistent step.
- BARREL AGING: 8 months
- MARK / PRODUCER: Moncayo Wines
- ORIGIN: Zaragoza-Spain
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Special characteristics of the wine:
Pow Tinto elaboration
Manual harvest in boxes, destemmed, vinifying in a concrete tank at 27ºC for 10 days. Malolactic fermentation in concrete tank.
What type of wine is Pow Tinto
Author red wine with 8 months aging in French oak barrels.
Sensations of the Pow Tinto wine
Round, deep, balanced wine, marked presence of ripe red fruit.
The Moncayo Wines winery
Moncayo Wines, selects and produces garnachas in the heart of Campo de Borja, respecting and taking care of its vineyards. Centennial vineyards, of dry land, conducted in the traditional way in glass. Low production strains, between 40 and 80 years old, in poor and well-oriented soils and in small plots at an altitude between 500 and 700 meters, located in the foothills of Moncayo, in the municipality of Ainzón, at the foot of the mythical Moncayo Cold winters and hot summers, with significant thermal jumps, between day and night, in the grape ripening period. The Cierzo, cold north wind, low rainfall, and soil diversity, give Garnacha a special character and complexity, being in its ideal natural habitat.
Denomination of origin Pow Tinto
It belongs to the DO Campo de Borja. 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 Valle del
Huecha river and the so-called Plains of Plasencia.
Side. Campo de Borja treasures among its authentic jewels wines in which the “Garnacha” variety reaches its full splendor.
In the low zone, with altitudes between 350 and 450 meters, we find limestone brown and “garnachas” soils in traditional formation in glass, as in trellis. It is the earliest ripening area and includes the Magallón, Pozuelo de Aragón vineyards ... Its wines are warm, powerful and very aromatic
The middle zone is characterized by having the highest concentration and density of the vineyard. It includes the vineyards located between 450 and 550 meters of altitude. The soils of the terraces of the river "La Huecha", tributary of the Ebro and all the gravel and clay-ferrous soils are found. There are the vineyards of Ainzón, Borja, Fuendejalón .... on a relief of gentle slopes and good sun exposure. Its wines are very complex, intense, structured and fleshy ..
The upper zone of the D.O, whose vineyards extend from 550 to 700 meters of altitude, corresponds to the foothills of the Moncayo. They correspond to the vineyards located in the Altas areas of Ainzón and Fuendejalón, as well as to the municipalities of Tabuenca, El Buste, Vera. Its wines are fine, subtle and elegant.
Grape variety used in Pow Tinto
Varieties: 100% Garnacha Ink
Floors: Limestone brown, stony. Altitude between 420 and 680 meters above sea level
Pairing of the Pow Tinto wine
Accompanies well with white meat, pasta and risottos.
Occasions in which Pow Tinto is appropriate
Meals with friends and family
Price / quality ratio Pow Tinto
Price appropriate to its quality
Alcohol grade of Pow Tinto
A graduation of 14º vol.
Ideal temperature of Pow Tinto
It is recommended to take it at 16º C
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