- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Garnacha grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Red
- Designation of Origin: Campo de Borja
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 15,5º vol.
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 16º-17º C
- WINERIES: Alto Mocayo
- TASTING NOTES: It is a wine with an attractive collection of balsamic notes, chocolate and black fruit, very warm in the mouth and extremely pleasant finish
- BARREL AGING: 16 month
- MARK / PRODUCER: Veraton/Alto Mocayo
- ORIGIN: Zaragoza-Spain
- WEIGHT: 1.2Kg
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Special characteristics of the wine:
Veraton wine making
It is made from Garnachas between 30 and 50 years old, aged for 16 months.
Type of wine is Veraton
It is a wine with an attractive collection of balsamic, chocolate and black fruit notes, very warm in the mouth and with a tremendously pleasant finish.
Alto Moncayo winery
Bodegas Alto Moncayo produces only wines with native Garnacha grapes from old vineyards (between 40 and 100 years old).
It is characterized by exalting Spanish wines worldwide and the area where it is located: Campo de Borja. In the medium and long term, the expectations are to consolidate itself as a prestigious winery and to be a world benchmark in the Garnacha variety with high quality wines unique in the world.
Denomination of Origin of the Veraton wine
El Campo de Borja is located in the 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 comprises the Somontano del Moncayo and extends along the Valle del
Huecha river and the so-called Llanos de Plasencia.
Side. Campo de Borja treasures among its wines authentic jewels in which the “Garnacha” variety reaches all its splendor.
Grape varieties used in Veraton wine
Made with grapes: 100% garnacha
On the palate they are unctuous and full-bodied, with nice and ripe tannins, and a great aromatic persistence.
The soils where these old Garnacha vines are located, are glacis, or soils of the foothills of the Ainzón, Fuendejalón and Tabuenca mountains, very stony, with little pebbles, limestone or marl, dolomites, quartzites and slate. They are very permeable soils, which cause runoff to seep into the deeper clay layers.
Veraton wine pairing
To take with red and roasted meats, game dishes, lamb, and cheeses
Occasions when this Veraton wine is appropriate
To take in meals with friends.
Quality / price ratio Veraton
Good value for money
Graduation and optimal serving temperature Veraton
A graduation of 15.5ºvol., It is recommended to take it at 16º-18º C
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