I tasted two vintages from their entry-level Garnacha from Gredos, starting with the 2017 La Suerte de Arrayán from a warm and challenging year. It feels more developed and delicate, with 15.5% alcohol and mellow acidity, more in the style of a Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It was produced with grapes from the village El Real de San Vicente, fermented with 30% full clusters and matured in oak vat and barrels for one year.
-Luis Gutierrez (Robert Parkers Wine Advocate)
WINEMAKER’S TASTING NOTES
"La Suerte" has a deep garnet red color, and fruity cherry aromas, which are characteristic of the Garnacha variety and much more evident in the nose than on the palate, alongside floral and mineral touches. In the mouth it is structurally elegant with a clean tannic presence.
Winery: Arrayan Class: Red Grape: Garnacha Region: Mentrida Country: Spain Packaging: Bottle
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