£29.00/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
The resulting wine has a bright garnet colour and intense aromas of fruits of the forest, spices, and blue flowers. Its feel and nose remind you of the soil from where the vines have grown, while it is dry and fresh in the mouth with a lively acidity ensuring a fleshy drink. The green and bitter tones of the Graciano variety stand out among hints of woodland and spices in a nose of great complexity. Its intense minerality confirms this is a splendid elegant wine, with a fine austerity and wonderful clarity. It has a clean, long and dry finish, as expected with a great red wine which is certain to impress. An excellent drink which will continue to grow and become an enviably balanced gem of a wine.
|Garnet / Quite intense / Clean / Bright
|Clean / Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Fruits of the forest / Red fruit / Spicy notes / Mineral notes
|Dry / Fresh / Good acidity / Full / Balanced / Fleshy / Forest fruits / Spicy notes / Varietal notes / Slightly bitter / Mineral notes / With personality / Pleasant finish / Long / Persistent
Drinking and storing
Pasta dishes / Vegetables / Cooked sausages / Roasted peppers / Grilled meat / Grills
Ratings and awards
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
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Within a very short time, Viña Zorzal has become an absolute benchmark among Navarra wines. The bird on its labels is a symbol which we unquestionably associate with excellent quality wines originating from the Navarra DO, and also from the Rioja DOQ, under the name of el El Inquilino.