Rioja Garnacha Moraza Magnum, rich, yet fruity and very approachable and an ideal partner to lamb. Moraza are in the Rioja Alta, North of the Ebro River with vineyards on a South Exposition. Vineyards are between 450m and 650m with Clay and limestone soils. The unoaked Garnacha or Grenache is drinking beautifully now, but could be saved for a few years if you wanted to. Personally I think it is a great party wine as it is a bit of a crowd-pleaser. Garnacha (Grenache) from this altitude is usually nice and spicy with plenty of freshness and this is the case here. Unoaked don’t forget and thoroughly delicious!
|Production Method||Natural, Organic|
|Wine Type||Red Wine|
|Wine Style||Medium bodied|
|Terroir||Vineyards between 450m to 650m. Clay and limestone soils.|
|Total Sulphur||Below 50mg/l|
|Annual Production||10 - 20,000 bottles|
|Ageing Potential||Drink young but lovely after 2-4 years|