Bodegas Atalaya is the maker of this Laya , a red wine from the region of Almansa based on monastrell and garnacha tintorera. The Laya is the ideal red to combine with manchego cheese and red meat. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.
“Aroma of thyme, candied fruit and anise. It is very sweet, balanced and friendly. Surprise with unbeatable quality - price in an area little known. Good work with Garnacha Tintorera Almansa area is key. 89 points.”
“- Tasting notes: Quirky wine that combines complexity, structure and an intense red color pillory covered. Elegant, fresh and complex nose where ripe fruit and floral notes are appreciated. Fresh and pleasant on the palate, balanced and sweet but juvenile, unctuous and enveloping tannins, with an original and interesting mouthfeel and a long end.
- DETAILS OF PREPARATION: Grapes Garnacha Tintorera and Monastrell come from vineyards in the area of Almansa between 700 and 1,000 meters, planted in sandy soils with high limestone concentration at its base.
The grapes are fermented separately in stainless steel tanks and then remain 4 months in French oak barrels.
- ALCOHOLIC: 14.5º
- TEMPERATURE: 14º to 16ºC
- PAIRING: Ideal with rice dishes with game meat and mellow, stewed vegetables, mushrooms, game and poultry, casseroles, seafood sauce, smoked cheeses and blue, white and red meats on the grill and grill.”
“Tasting notes: Cherry red color covered. Fresh Elegant and complex nose where there are ripe and floral notes. Nice and fresh on the palate. balanced with sweet tannins although juveniles. smooth and enveloping. with an original and interesting palate and a long. sweet finish.
Aged for four months in French oak barrels. Serve between 16-18ºC”
“Deep red cherry colour. It smells like violets. Good flavour and long aftertaste.
I drank this 2009 with my co-workers.
A wine that can be purchased at the shopping mall.
It is important to open it before consuming.
“An ideal wine to give as gift.
Deep colour, characteristic of Laya. Smelling it, I noticed the aromas of blackberries. I liked the Laya, although it tasted a bit rough.
I am convinced that any meat will suit.”