€ 26.90/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Santa Cruz de Artazu 2017
Bottle size and vintage
Santa Cruz de Artazu is the height of elegance and finesse, a wine with class, a masterpiece that reveals the true potential and beauty of the Navarra Garnacha.
Contained protectively within the bottle is an extremely refined wine, which once poured into the glass, releases a subtle sound that gives fair warning of its fruity texture. Can it possibly be elegant and have so much body? Santa Cruz de Artazu proves this can be true, as this is a wine full of balance: a nose redolent of black berry fruits, juicy, fresh, lightly spiced and with just the right amount of wood; on the palate it has plenty of structure, silkiness, with a slightly salty edge and a touch of caramel sweetness. The style makes us understandably think of its Riojan relation, Artadi: an absolute delight.
So here we have Santa Cruz de Artazu, just as perfect as Artadi!
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Fab wine from the Artadi stable.
Artadi tend to produce fantastic wines, if a little bit pricey. This one is entirely consisted with this view as its a very flavoursome wine albeit a little expensive......but in my view worth the rew extra euros.by: Sakari Leimola (11/02/2019) - Vintage 2016
Este vino es realmente excelente. Aunque el vino es joven, es muy suave y agradable como los vinos de Artazu en general.by: Ana G. (23/01/2018) - Vintage 2015
El mejor garnacha que he probado y ya era hora! La buena elaboración se nota. Suave, profundo y delicioso. Alegria!by: Ignacio cao (31/01/2017) - Vintage 2012
He comprado este vino para guardar. El formato magnum es ideal para esto
No tengo intención de beberlo hasta dentro de un tiempo, por eso elegí el formato magnum. Creo q es un vino ideal para este propósito.
Bodegas y Viñedos Artazu
Bodegas y Viñedos Artazu belongs to the Artadi group of wineries and is one of two ventures which Juan Carlos López de Lacalle (also of Bodegas y Viñedos El Sequé, in the Alicante D.O.) employs in his attempt to bring out the richness and varietal nuances of such a wholly indigenous grape as the Garnacha. It all began in 1996 with the acquisition of 10 ha of vineyards aged more than 60 years old in the locality of Artazu (Valdizarbe), a well-known, old wine-producing village...