Bodegas Aragonesas

Coto de Hayas Centenaria Garnacha

8.9308 ratings
8.724 pro ratings
Campo de Borja, Aragón, Spain
Garnacha
Paella
Top Notes For
Victor Charcan

Used to love this back in the day. Then I had some strong toffee years, stepped back and now ... Getting better on the fruit side (black and blue berries, coffee)

Used to love this back in the day. Then I had some strong toffee years, stepped back and now ... Getting better on the fruit side (black and blue berries, coffee)

Nov 10th, 2017
Rob Brobst III

Almost Wine of the night.

Almost Wine of the night.

Oct 16th, 2017
Joseph LaPanna

Aromas of smokey cherry and dark fruit float on a clear cherry red color with an opaque rim. A solid core of black and blue fruits are rounded out by licorice, cinnamon and tobacco leaf. Soft even tannins ride to good length with a touch of cracked black pepper.

Aromas of smokey cherry and dark fruit float on a clear cherry red color with an opaque rim. A solid core of black and blue fruits are rounded out by licorice, cinnamon and tobacco leaf. Soft even tannins ride to good length with a touch of cracked black pepper.

3 people found it helpfulApr 13th, 2014
Max Gottesfeld

Big flavor plummy finish.

Big flavor plummy finish.

2 people found it helpfulFeb 9th, 2015
Jules van Cruysen

Big, rich. Jammed full of wild strawberry, spice and licorice.

Big, rich. Jammed full of wild strawberry, spice and licorice.

2 people found it helpfulAug 17th, 2014
Josh Spurling

Sweet, sloppy, hot mess.....

Sweet, sloppy, hot mess.....

2 people found it helpfulJun 27th, 2014
Sean Genn

Very ripe on the nose. Not a lot of complexity. Not my favorite Grenache/Garnacha.

Very ripe on the nose. Not a lot of complexity. Not my favorite Grenache/Garnacha.

1 person found it helpfulOct 10th, 2014
Randy Fuller

This is Campo de Borja wine made from 100% Garnacha grapes taken from 100-year-old vines. The wine experienced just four months in French oak, and hits 14% abv on the alcohol scale.
The nose on this wine is subtle, but expressive. Dark berries and oak spice sum it up, but to leave it at that doesn't do it justice. The fruit points toward savory while the spice shows a sweet side. Vanilla, soft and gentle, mix with the sort of cinnamon you put in oatmeal. The cigar box is the one you kept lemon drops in as a kid. On the palate we find that everything is all grown up. It's a lovely and elegant sip, a grape effortlessly shirking off the criticism that it isn't pretty enough. But even though it's pretty, it can still fight dirty. Don't expect it to punch you in the nose, but don't let your guard down, either.

This is Campo de Borja wine made from 100% Garnacha grapes taken from 100-year-old vines. The wine experienced just four months in French oak, and hits 14% abv on the alcohol scale.
The nose on this wine is subtle, but expressive. Dark berries and oak spice sum it up, but to leave it at that doesn't do it justice. The fruit points toward savory while the spice shows a sweet side. Vanilla, soft and gentle, mix with the sort of cinnamon you put in oatmeal. The cigar box is the one you kept lemon drops in as a kid. On the palate we find that everything is all grown up. It's a lovely and elegant sip, a grape effortlessly shirking off the criticism that it isn't pretty enough. But even though it's pretty, it can still fight dirty. Don't expect it to punch you in the nose, but don't let your guard down, either.

Jul 3rd, 2016
Austin Baird

Smooth, light bodied. Notes of cigar box and cherry. Very dry.

Smooth, light bodied. Notes of cigar box and cherry. Very dry.

Nov 4th, 2015
Sofia Horvath

Fruit forward, tobacco. Lovely.

Fruit forward, tobacco. Lovely.

Oct 18th, 2015