Coto de Hayas Crianza
$16.20

Coto de Hayas Crianza

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

Shipping Options / Costs

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Shipping Option Per Box  Cost
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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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Bodegas Aragonesa is a 28 year old emergent wine cellar and has become the main wine cellar of the Campo de Borja appelation. The Campo de Borja appelation has a long winemaking history that goes back to the 12th century when the Cistercian Monks of the Veruela Monastery began to cultivate vines and make wine. This region is known for its limestone soil, low water retention, and a Continental climate with Mediterranean influence in the summer.

This is a blend of Spain’s two most famous grapes – Garnacha (also called Grenache) and Tempranillo, using fruit from old 30-40 year old vines. The word “Crianza” slapped on the bottle means according to strict Spanish wine laws the wine has to be aged for at least two years including six months in oak (they gave this a total of eight months).

What you get is some high quality, every day drinking style red that hasn’t gone over the top with the use of oak. Medium bodied with loads of juicy fruit flavours, a touch of spice and super smooth tannins.

Winemaker Notes

Bodegas Aragonesa is a 28 year old emergent wine cellar and has become the main wine cellar of the Campo de Borja appelation. The Campo de Borja appelation has a long winemaking history that goes back to the 12th century when the Cistercian Monks of the Veruela Monastery began to cultivate vines and make wine. This region is known for its limestone soil, low water retention, and a Continental climate with Mediterranean influence in the summer.

This is a blend of Spain’s two most famous grapes – Garnacha (also called Grenache) and Tempranillo, using fruit from old 30-40 year old vines. The word “Crianza” slapped on the bottle means according to strict Spanish wine laws the wine has to be aged for at least two years including six months in oak (they gave this a total of eight months).

What you get is some high quality, every day drinking style red that hasn’t gone over the top with the use of oak. Medium bodied with loads of juicy fruit flavours, a touch of spice and super smooth tannins.