Garnacha tinto

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2016 Tinto - garnacha tinto, tempranillo, monastrell, cinq sao


TASTING NOTES
"A Spanish inspired blend of Grenache (Granacha tinot), Tempranillo (Tempranillo), monastrell (Mataro) and Cinsault (Cinq-sao) for no other reason that the wine is so delicious, fragrant, delicate and I happened to be eating a pretty neat paella when I was writing the label. 

FOOD
Spanish food with lots of tomatoes, seafood and stuff. 

CELLARING
Down it now or short term over the next few years.


VINTAGE  2016

VARIETIES Grenache, cinsault

VINEYARD  Quarry hill and a little from Euroka park

VINE AGE  16 years

SOIL Red granite

SLOPES South and easterly aspect

VINTAGE NOTES Awesome year, perfect conditions

WINEMAKING NOTES Fairly simple whole-berry ferment, on skins for two weeks, pressed and into 5 year old, neutral barriques. unfiltered as per usual

ANALYSIS  pH3.5, TA 6.9g/l, RS 0.3g/l, FSO2 24ppm

BOTTLED  January 2017

PRODUCTION  240 dozen