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Producer : Pago de la Jaraba
Region : Castilla La Mancha (Spain), Spain (Spain)
Bottle Per Case : 12 x 750 ml
Food Pairing : Cured Meat, Ham, Red Meat, Vegetables
"The 2016 Viña Jaraba Cosecha is produced from a cépages of eighty percent tempranillo and ten percent each of cabernet sauvignon and merlot. It sees only four months in a combination of French and American oak casks prior to racking into tank and eventual bottling. The wine offers up a very good bouquet of black cherries, cassis, a bit of cigar smoke and a nice base of soil tones. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, focused and shows good mid-palate depth, with a bit of backend tannin and good length and grip on the finish. This is not overly complex, but it has depth and plenty of personality and sells for the princely sum of ten dollars a bottle here in the US, so it is an excellent value! 2018-2025+."
John Gilman, View from the Cellar, May/June 2018
|Bottles Per Case||12 Pack|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Producer||Pago de la Jaraba|
|Region||Castilla La Mancha (Spain), Spain (Spain)|
|Style||Warm and toasty|
|Farming Method||Sustainable, Traditional|
|Grapes||10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 80% Tempranillo|
|Food Pairing||Cured Meat, Ham, Red Meat, Vegetables|
|Price of Case||$179.40|
Pago de La Jaraba is a family owned winery built at the heart of La Mancha. They join a generation of innovative wineries which are quietly transforming the Spanish wine scene, delivering superb wines at a great value.
There is a long history of notable regard for wines grown on the estate back to the mid-1700's. Keys to the quality of the fruit production include abundant, subterranean water, a relatively cool meso-climate which is protected from hot winds located at 2000 feet of elevation. They follow organic, sustainable methods, selecting species and varieties that are well suited to the site and to the conditions on the soil; so in addition to 80 hectares of vineyards they also grow cereal crops (wheat and barley) as well as sunflowers, almond, pistachio and olive trees.
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