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Monterebro Crianza

Vintage: 2010

Varietal: Mourvèdre

Country: Spain

Appellation: appellation

Produced By: Bodegas Monterebro

Cases Produced: 9000 cs.

Alcohol Content: 0.99 %v/v



Demonstrating incredible elegance, depth and intensity, this is a wine in its purest form, having undergone no form of stabilization treatment. Produced from our oldest vineyards, and aged for 12 months in new French and American oak (50/50), the colour is dark and intense, with complex aromas of black fruit, roasted coffee, chocolate and spices. The aftertaste is balanced and very persistent. Since Monterebro Crianza has not been submitted to any form of stabilization treatment, there may be a presence of typical sediments created from the natural evolution of the wine. Harvest: During the month of October. Grapes harvested by hand. Grape variety: Monastrell 85% Syrah 15% Age of vines: Up to 80 years. Vineyard characteristics: Located between 700 and 800 meters above sea level, on stony and calcareous soils, with maximum yields of 1.5 kg per vine. Alcohol: 14.5% Presentation: 75cl Bordeaux Elite Conical Trunk. Serving advice: 16-17°C Accompaniments: Game dishes (hare, rabbit, partridge), rice dishes, stews, casseroles, fatty fish (cod, salmon), grilled meats, roasted meats, vegetables, mushrooms, sausages and cheeses. Awards: New Release. Awaiting the results from the ’International Wine Challenge’ 2013.
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