A whole lot of flavor for just $8, the Bodega San Gregorio Tres Ojos Old Vines Garnacha. Unoaked Garnacha goodness from the Calatayud.
85% dry farmed Garnacha from 40-50+ year old vines plus 15% Tempranillo from Calatayud, Spain. The wine is whole berry fermented and aged in stainless steel for 12 months.
Sample submitted for review. The Tres Ojos Garnacha has an SRP of $12 and is available for as low as $8. It is imported by Kysela Pere et Fils, LTD.
Garnacha from 40+ year old vines, fruit focused (tart cherries and raspberries) with a nice background of briary, peppery, spiciness. Easy on the palate and an excellent companion to a wide range of dishes from pasta, burgers & pizza to roasts and hearty cheeses.
Produced and Bottled by San Gregorio
The 2018 Tres Ojos Garnacha opens with lots of ripe, tart, dark berry aromas along with pleasing floral notes, some almost garrigue like herbal touches and a little leather.
Taking a sip reveals a smooth, tart, fleshy and juicy unoaked Garnacha. Featuring similar flavors to the nose with a little spice as well, this is loaded with character and deep fruit flavors from the old vine fruit.
It ends with a dry, very long and lasting finish of juicy fruit. This is a whole lot of flavor for just $8! The whole thing was just as good on day 2.
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2018 Tres Ojos Garnacha
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