Unlike some of its Borsao stablemates, this bottling isn’t gushing with fruit in the nose, but it has something more: balance. Black cherries and blueberries coincide with gentle vanilla and toast, and mineral and rock elements finish the wine, along with a whisp of citrusy crispness. Drink now or in the next several years.
The vineyards are divided between the chalky soil of alluvial terraces of the Ebro River at 1,200 feet in elevation and the more complex soils of the hillside vineyards on the Moncayo mountain range at 1,950 feet in elevation.
Variety: Garancha, Syrah, Tempranillo