£9.25/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Honoro Vera Garnacha 2019
This juicy red wine was served at the gala dinner of the Oscar film awards in 2013 and since then its popularity hasn't stopped growing. Yet this wine doesn't live on the strength of its fame and eye-catching label; its primary merit is its quality. An abundance of fruit, liquorice and light toastiness for an unbeatable price!
Mushrooms / Pasta / Grilled meat
- Soil:Clay / Gravel surface
- Yields:Low yields
- Ageing period:2 months
- Type of wood:French oak
- ViewPicota cherry red / Purple rim
- Bouquet:Cherries / Ripe fruit / Raspberry / Spices / Balsamic aromas
- Mouth:Fresh / Flavoursome / Pleasant
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
Wonderful easy drinking
This maybe a younger wine, but both my wife and I enjoy the smooth fruitful taste that every drop provides. A very pleasant wine at an attractive price.by: Aron hills (16 Jun) - Vintage 2019
A great wine
I always return to this wine. It is great value and a great example of young, fruit forward Spanish garnacha.by: Font (19 May) - Vintage 2019
One of my favorite´s Grenache. Very fruty and intense, no tanins, balsamic sensations and very affordable price. I highly recommend this Spanish wine.by: Helen R (07/11/2020) - Vintage 2019
This is the house wine at one of our favourite restaurants when we holiday in Andalucia. It’s a great value for money buy, quite robust with spicy cherry flavour.by: Mike Wootton (09/09/2020) - Vintage 2019
Honora Vera Garnacha
Honora Vera Garnacha 2019 is a good wine. It is a strong wine and does not disappoint. I like it and will keep ordering.
Wine from Bodegas Ateca
Bodegas Ateca was founded in 2005 in the village of Ateca, located in Zaragoza province about 14 kilometres outside Calatayud. The winery is part of the Oro Wines project, set up by businessman Jorge Ordóñez, basically for the purpose of producing quality wines in different regions of Spain that are destined for the United States market. In line with other wineries belonging to the group, Ateca enjoys the services of an Antipodean oenologist, Australian Sarah Morris, who expe...