Northern Spain’s plentiful stock of old bush vine Garnacha is one of the wine world’s great treasures and produces great value red wines. Making the most of those resources requires skill and local know-how, however. Blending a little Syrah and Tempranillo into the mix, this expertly made, easy-drinking, succulent red charmed the judges by squeezing so much flavour and class into a sub-£10 wine. “Very Grenache nose with nice snap, plenty of red fruit and spice and just a touch of prune”, the judges said. “Lovely deep flavour, structure and spice and fresh fruit on the palate – great value!”
Drink with rich stews, sausages and chorizo dishes.
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