Bodegas Atalaya La Atalaya del Camino 2019
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Robert Parker 91
“From a vintage that was marked by torrential rains from the DANA cold spell of September. The parameters were very similar to the 2018, 15% alcohol and a pH of 3.68 and higher acidity, 6.3 grams. It has the balsamic and herbal note of tomato vine and leaf, ripe and juicy, round and full-bodied with abundant, round tannins, rounder than those from the 2018. Drinking Window: 2022 – 2025”

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High layer ... read more
Item ID: #45198
Location at store:102b
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Robert Parker 91
“From a vintage that was marked by torrential rains from the DANA cold spell of September. The parameters were very similar to the 2018, 15% alcohol and a pH of 3.68 and higher acidity, 6.3 grams. It has the balsamic and herbal note of tomato vine and leaf, ripe and juicy, round and full-bodied with abundant, round tannins, rounder than those from the 2018. Drinking Window: 2022 – 2025”

Tasting Notes
High layer of intense red color and very lively with violet tones, it shows a powerful and complex nose with aromas of red berries and spices. Original and very interesting, it is of great structure, meaty and balanced with a long and very pleasant finish on the palate.

12Months French Oak

Garnacha Tintorera & Monastrell

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Bodegas AtalayaThe Bodegas Atalaya Winery is a relatively new project within the Gil Family Group. It is located in the Almansa D.O, east of Albacete Province among Valencia, Alicante and Murcia, in the transit zone between the Castilian Plateau and the Mediterranean Sea. The winery and vineyards are located 3 kilometers north of Almansa at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level. The soils here consist mainly of limestone. The predominant grape varieties are Garnacha Tintorera, a variety native to the area, and Monastrell (also known as Mataró or Mourvèdre), from which the project produces its wines. The technical direction is provided by the Australian-born winemaker Frank Gonzales.

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