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Lieferzeit 2-3 Werktage
70% Monastrell, 15% Garnacha, 15% Syrah, 18 Monate in neuen Barriques aus französischer Allier-Eiche ausgebaut.
Alkoholgehalt: 14,9 Vol.%
Extrem dichtes Purpur, fast undurchdringlich. Ein wahnsinniges Bukett mit saftigen Brombeeren, schwarzen Johannisbeeren, Maulbeeren, Eukalyptus und kandierten Früchten. Am Gaumen dick, cremig, tolle Opulenz (ohne aufdringlich zu werden). Haufenweise Brombeeren, Himbeeren, Schoko-Cassis, Karamellanklänge. Die Tannine sind mit Eleganz eingebunden. Dramatisches Finale: sehr viel frische Früchte und ausgezeichnete Länge im Nachhall. Trinkreife 2015-2025. Unbedingt 2 Stunden dekantieren.
94 Punkte Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #217 (Feb 2015): "A cuvée that has been changing over the years (and getting more focused and Mediterranean, I'd say) the 2012 Las Gravas is a blend of Monastrell with 15% Syrah and 15% Garnacha; the Garnacha vineyards in the state come into production so the winery has more grapes to use. This wine saw a big change with the 2008 vintage, when Cabernet Sauvignon disappeared from the blend and got more focused and true to its birthplace. 2012 could be the finest vintage to date, as there was no 2012 Pie Franco, as quantities were really short and those grapes are in this blend. It starts off with some notes of smoke, toffee, fresh fruit and orange peel in harmony with well-integrated oak and a stony profile that develops more and more notes of esparto grass with time in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied, with some polished, very fine tannins and a good mid-palate that is very balanced and fresh (I saw a note of pomegranate, is it the Garnacha?). It is a serious, very young wine with ripe flavors that make it very tasty. This is clearly riper than the 2013s and shows the character of the vintage quite transparently. The price is a dream come true. Super! 26,500 bottles. 2013 is a great vintage for Casa Castillo. While 2012 was very dry with some rain during the harvest, for José María Vicente it's still better than 2011 but clearly below 2010 and 2013 which he favors as his best recent vintages. I agree completely. Talking to him he was quite disappointed with the Jumilla appellation and some decision to allow five-liter bag-in-box for appellation wines and might take his single-vineyard wines out of the appellation. Not only great, but very affordable wines."
94 Punkte Guia Penin 2015
Bodegas Julia Roch E Hijos, Plaza Rey Don Pedro 4, 30520 Jumilla, Spanien
Enthält Sulfite. Kann Getreide, Eier und Milch enthalten.
- Jahrgang 2012
- Typ Rotwein trocken
- Inhalt 0,75 Liter
- Alkoholgehalt 14,9 Vol.%
- Empfohlene Trinktemperatur 18 Grad Celsius
- Trinkempfehlung 2016-2026
- Rebsorte 70% Monastrell, 15% Garnacha, 15% Syrah
- Herkunft Spanien