Varietal Garnacha


Its etymology stems from the word “garnet” in reference to its colour. It is believed to originate from the Ebro Valley or Aragon.

  • Alcohol percentage

    14,5/% Vol.
  • Grapes

  • Flavours

    The nose boasts cherries and blueberries, sweet spices, chocolate and a hint of alcohol. Fresh on the palate with silky tannins. The mid-palate is dominated by notes of cocoa powder, spices and sweet mocha. Beautiful lzngthy finish with a hint of herbs.
  • Best served with

    Lamb kebabs, duck with cherries, osso bucco, grilled white meat or Beaufort cheese. .

Extra info

Its main strongholds are Cerebros, Méntrida, San Martin and Navalcarnero (Madrid). It grows well on slopes. Results obtained differ greatly depending on the cultivation location. It likes all soil types. It blends very well with other grape varieties and its use in rosé produces high-quality wines.