Ripe, lush fruit-forward red from Montsant in Spain. Garnatxa (Grenache) is a soft, jammy grape that is complemented by the spicy and black-fruited Syrah. You'll also find touches of rosemary here too. An excellent red with a plate of lamb. Montsant is a stunning region, a Spanish cross between the Grand Canyon an Monument Valley.
90 Points - Tom Cannavan's Wine-Pages.com, 'Montsant in the northeast of Spain, neighbouring the much more expensive Priorat, makes broadly similar wines at generally lower prices. This has a lot of forward charms, buxom and open, but I loved its meaty, dark and bloody tones set against the huge sweetess of ripe fruit on the mid-palate. Deliciously tangy and vibrant too, edged with a charcoal and chocolate bittersweetness. It's fab wine and great value for drinking with casseroles and stews, indeed any red meat or dark game.' July 2016 (2013 vintage)
90 Points - The Wine Gang June 2016 (2013 vintage)
An exciting estate owned and run by Dani Sanchez Nogué from Azul y Garanza. Old bush vine Grenache and Syrah grapes combine to give a rich and robust velvety wine.