50+ Garnacha Viejoven-Wine-Wineseeker
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50+ Garnacha Viejoven

50+ is a homage to the vine which lives for 50 or more years in the arid conditions of Campo de Borja in Northern Spain. The older a vine is, it produces lower yields but greater intensity of flavour in the grapes and the wine that´s made with them.

Medium garnet color with a blue rim. On the nose it showcases aromatic notes of violets, raspberries and black pepper. Fresh, clean and velvety with a hint of bacon and smoke. Solid structure with sweet tannins and a rosemary and thyme aromatic finish.

The wine has been aged for 3 months in American oak.  14% Alcohol.

Region
  • Spain
  • Spain - Other
Style
  • Red Wine
Varietal
  • Grenache / Garnacha

Shipping Options / Costs

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Shipping Option Per Box  Cost
Pick up in store All Free
Ship to: Local Wellington Region (*) Up to 12 bottles $2.50
Ship to: Rest of New Zealand Up to 12 bottles $6.00
Ship to: Rural Deliveries Up to 12 bottles Add + $4.50
Ship to: Waiheke Island Up to 12 bottles Add + $12.00
(*) Local Wellington includes Wellington City, Hutt City and Porirua City. 

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Founded in 1956, Bodegas Santo Cristo combines over 900 hectares of vineyars owned by 700 members, but 80% of them are controlled by 30 viticulturists, which has made innovation and best practices possible.  Located in the village of Ainzon, Santo Cristo boasts modern temperature controlled stainless steel  fermentation tanks, underground ageing rooms and young, dynamic winemakers.

Campo de Borja is a DO wine zone since 1980 in Aragon, northern Spain. It is centered on Borja, a small town laden with history. The Borgia family, who came to prominence in Italy during the Renaissance and produced two Popes, were of Borjan origin. Campo de Borja's soil near Ainzón is made up of stones and iron-rich clay. The climate is continental, and the vineyards elevation can easily surpase 1,500 feet.

About the Winery

Founded in 1956, Bodegas Santo Cristo combines over 900 hectares of vineyars owned by 700 members, but 80% of them are controlled by 30 viticulturists, which has made innovation and best practices possible.  Located in the village of Ainzon, Santo Cristo boasts modern temperature controlled stainless steel  fermentation tanks, underground ageing rooms and young, dynamic winemakers.

Campo de Borja is a DO wine zone since 1980 in Aragon, northern Spain. It is centered on Borja, a small town laden with history. The Borgia family, who came to prominence in Italy during the Renaissance and produced two Popes, were of Borjan origin. Campo de Borja's soil near Ainzón is made up of stones and iron-rich clay. The climate is continental, and the vineyards elevation can easily surpase 1,500 feet.