La Suerte de Arrayán is a proper representative of high altitude garnacha developments in Central Spain that have attracted growing attention over recent years. La Suerte's 2012 vintage was awarded 95 points by Decanter and the 2015 release was selected as "Star buy" by the same reference publication. Fragrant, floral, delicate.
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Oak ageing (‘crianza’)
Wine name: La Suerte de Arrayán
Type of wine: Red
Vintage year: 2014
Grape varieties: Garnacha
Winery: Bodegas Arrayán
Production area: El Real de San Vicente, Toledo
Alcohol content: (Vol.): 14.5%
Wood ageing: 12 months
Type of wood: French oak
Ageing in bottle: n.a.
Number of bottles produced: 8.496 bottles
Winemaking: Fermentation in small stainless steel tanks with some of the stem. Gentle treading and low temperature fermentation.
Colour: Garnet red
Rim: Purple red
Body: Full bodied
Cherry, blackberry, pepper, orange zest, vanilla, clove
Berrylike, lively, rich, supple, velvety, deep
ACCOLADESIn 2015, Decanter's Sarah Jane Evans, MW rated the 2012 vintage with 95 points
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