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Details for Mas de Mancuso 2015
Bottle size and vintage
Mas de Mancuso is the personal project of Jorge Navascues, but this time without the collaboration of Carlos San Pedro (oenologist at Pujanza-Rioja). The origin of the grapes has also changed, as now they are collected from old Grenache vineyards in Almonacid de la Sierra. This small town in the Cariñena appellation is at an altitude of 700 metres and has rocky soils of clay and slate. The wine ferments in 1,500 litre stainless steel tanks using native yeasts with manual punch-down, or pigeage, and without remontage. The extraction is gently carried out and stood to age in used French oak barrels. This wine has an incredible nose, fragrant with flowers, juicy yet vibrant, lively and extremely fresh. On the palate, we taste a young wine with fine tannins and an excellent balance which ensures it ages well in the bottle.
- Soil:Clay / Slate / Stony
- Vinification material:Wood
- Ageing period:14 months
- Barrel age:Used
- Type of wood:French oak
- ViewCherry red
- Bouquet:Floral notes / Fresh fruit / Aromatic
- Mouth:Balanced / Elegant / Long / Fine tannins
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
- Drinking and storing:Drink now or keep until 2027
UNA GARNACHA FRESCA CON ESTILO DE BORGOÑA
Nariz fresca, con frutas , mentolados y un punto especiad. Largo en boca. Recuerda un Borgoña genérico. Se puede apreciar una capacidad de guarda larga.
Viñedos de Mancuso
Viñedos de Mancuso started up in the year 2000 under the guidance of the Navascués family and Carlos San Pedro, oenologist at Bodegas y Viñedos Pujanza, with the aim of recovering old Garnacha vines, some of which are over a century old and offering limited production. They carry out minimum intervention oenology with the intention of preserving the Garnacha’s original excellent qualities. They have 9 hectares in the Jarque de Moncayo district, at an altitude of 800 metres, ...