Señorío de Orgaz – 2014 Tierra De Castilla
From vinyards in the Castilla region of central Spain this wine is named after Lordship of Ogaz a historical figure in the region of Castilla la Mancha in the thirteenth century.
Grape type – Tempranillo and Monastrell ( Mataro)
Colour – Bright ruby red
Nose – Red fruits with traces of berries and liquorice
Palate – Black fruits dominate with a harmony between acid and tannins, a long finish
Pairing – Recommended to be served between 16℃- 18℃ with roasted and BBQ meats, rich tomatoe based sauses or strong cheese.
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Another fantastic wine from Monterra and former winemaker of Grange Mike Farmilo. Lots going on here with cherries, red apples, redcurrant, red liquorice, white pepper and herbs all in tow. It is unashamedly medium bodied and offers great intensity of fruit, savoury notes and excellent structure.
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