What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Violet glints / Quite opaque|
|Clean / Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Fine woods|
|Smooth / Velvety / Structured / Long finish / Pleasant / Fruit-forward|
Drinking and storing
Any type of meat / Fish / Stews
Lacks depth, tastes better with cheese and spicy food
This wine is not as as it should be - I feel it could have been better, a little week on the pallet and not strength in that first sip. Perhaps I will try an alternate year?
Great value wine
Lovely bright fruit, light tannins and the merest touch of oak. Nice hint of sweetness on the finish. A great wine with food and also by itself.
On the nose high intensity with aromas of ripe fruit and spicy notes. Taste fresh and fruity with hints of barrel aging
Light wine good with strong savoury food.
A good value young wine for everyday drinking I think it suits spicy foods or can be drunk by itself.
Junger Wein mit etwas Holz .Frisch und fruchtig. .Kann ich empfehlen . Preis-Leistung-Verhältnis. o.k. Nur etwas Säure. Nicht zu viel Holz. Für den Preis ein Schnäppchen.
|Ageing period||3 months|
|Type of wood||American oak|
Bodegas Gran Feudo
Gran Feudo is a well-recognised brand name that has made its mark over the past 35 years and is known in over 60 countries. With connections to the Bodegas Julián Chivite family of Navarra, its history comes through one of Spain's oldest wine-making dynasties. In 1872 Claudio Chivite began building a winery called La Cascajera, which was named after the stone quarry where it was located, and this now houses Bodegas Gran Feudo, complete with renovation and refurbishments. Its...