Wine Teta de Vaca
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Garnacha grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Red
- Designation of Origin: Calatayud
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14º vol.
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 14º-16º C
- WINERIES: Vinos Divertidos
- TASTING NOTES: View: high, intense and slightly edging layer. Nose: Aromas typical of Grenache, sweetness and freshness. Palate: Soft and singular emboque, polished tannins, with good minerality adopted by the Teta de Vaca.
- MARK / PRODUCER: Vinos Divertidos
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Special characteristics of the wine:
What kind of wine is Teta de Vaca
Red wine without aging.
The Vinos Divertidos Winery
Vinos Divertidos is a personal project that seeks to combine wine and fun. To do this, we make wines with personality and we work with native Spanish varieties and family wineries. Our wines tell personal stories and our philosophy is fun, carefree and aimed at a different consumer.
Designation of origin of Teta de Vaca
The D.O.P. Calatayud is located in the westernmost part of the province of Zaragoza, 87 kilometers from Zaragoza and only 1 hour from Madrid by AVE.
The geographical area of the D.O.P. Calatayud is made up of the following municipal terms:
The D.O.P. Calatayud is located within the Community of Calatayud Region belonging to the province of Zaragoza and bordering the provinces of Soria, Guadalajara and Teruel.
From the geomorphological point of view, the Calatayud basin is a miniature reproduction of the Ebro basin with three differentiated units: the outer mountain ranges, the interior of the pit and the foothills.
It is an area of complicated orography, located in the foothills of the Moncayo and characterized by a complex hydrographic network formed by various tributaries of the Ebro river, such as the Jalón, Jiloca and other minor ones. The vineyards descend the slopes of the mountains, with altitudes that range between 550 and 1,040 meters.
Variety of grapes used in Teta de Vaca wine
Variety: 80% garnacha and 20% cow teta
Teta de Vaca: Variety of Spanish grape, which in ancient Rome was known as Bumasti. Elongated and thick grains, from the Jaén breed
Soils 900 m of slate and red sandstone, dry and hostile soil
Wine pairing Teta de Vaca
To accompany Tapas, starters and simple dishes
Occasions in which Teta de Vaca is appropriate
Wine to drink as tapas.
Quality / price ratio of Teta de Vaca
Good value for money
Degree of alcohol of Teta de Vaca
It came with 14º vol. of alcohol graduation.
Ideal drinking temperature of Teta de Vaca
Its ideal temperature to drink it should be 14º-16º C
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