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Joan d'Anguera Altaroses Red Wine

JOA.80.2-2018-75

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Altaroses is a red wine from Montsant produced by the Joan d'Anguera winery.

It is a single varietal Grenache. The grapes come from the Altaroses farm, a farm owned by the winery with silt, clay and calcareous soils cultivated according to the principles of biodynamic agriculture.

Harvesting is done manually, a selection of grapes occurs at their optimum ripeness. Fermentation takes place for 12 days in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 25 ° C.

The malolactic fermentation takes place in concrete tanks where 80% of the grapes are aged for 12 months. The remaining 20% are aged in oak barrels previously used for two or more wines, for a period of 12 months.

Once the final blend of Altaroses is made, it is bottled unfiltered. Altaroses is an ecological red wine from Montsant with a great balance between freshness and creaminess. A large Mediterranean Grenache.

Origin Code: 07706

Wine Vintage: 2018

Color: Red

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