Heretat MontRubí’s Garnatxa (aka Grenache, Garnacha) is an unoaked blend of fruit which has undergone traditional fermentation and carbonic maceration – think of it as a kind of Spanish equivalent to fruit-driven Cru Beaujolais – brimming with fruit for immediate pleasure.
Heretat Mont Rubí (HMR) is a family-run winery (established in 1984) surrounded by Mediterranean pine forests, and situated in the small town of Font-Rubí in the west of the Penedès.
The family own over 30 hectares of vineyards at altitudes of between 500-800 metres and champion/ have planted indigenous varietals such as Garnacha, Xarel·lo, Parellada and Samsó and (the nigh-on extinct) Sumoll, being worked under the guidance of the talented winemaker Josep Queralt.
HMR follow biodynamic methods and harvest their grapes manually to ensure that only the finest, most ripe produce make the grade.
Attractive strawberry and raspberry aromas. Fine, fresh concentration of ripe red and black berry fruits load a lovely gushy fruit mouthful, with crisp acidity and soft, velvety tannins.
|Style||Unoaked red wine|
|Alcohol Content||14.5% Vol.|