Lanzaga Magnum 2008Magnum
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Description of Lanzaga Magnum 2008
Lanzaga Magnum 2008 (Tempranillo)
TASTING NOTES OF Lanzaga Magnum 2008:
- View: cherry red, garnet rim, medium-high, medium thin tinted tear.
- Nose: a ripe black fruit dominated by intense flashes of currants and strawberries, toasted notes something creamy, dairy sensations (yogurt forest fruits), balsamic fine, some intense spicy, soft notes of snuff and dried herbs, aromatic coffee and a soft background of undergrowth.
- Mouth: a nice entrance, nice home, a somewhat strong astringency, good tour, large, very tasty ripe fruit, toast, nice licorosas notes, spicy, good structure, something rough and persistent tannins. Final long aftertaste of ripe red fruit and smoky aftertaste.
VINEYARD: Compañía de Vinos Telmo Rodríguez
GRAPES: Tempranillo, Garnacha and Graciano.
PAIRING: grilled tuna, cream of vegetables, beef stews, grilled beef.
TEMPERATURE: 16 to 18 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%
In 1994, Pablo Eguzkiza and Telmo Rodríguez along with a third winemaker make wine from Grenache from old vines in glass of Navarre. The wine is called 'Alma' ('Soul' in English). These were the beginnings of a winery, which originally was called 'Compañía de Vinos de La Granja' (in Englisch 'The Wine Company from the Farm'). A name that already explained it all: it was clear that the company would produce more wines and paid tribute to La Granja, the famous and historic glass factory, witness of Spanish exceptional craftmanship, which today has almost disappeared.More about the Winery