Bodegas Ateca

Honoro Vera Calatayud Garnacha

8.957 ratings
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Calatayud, Aragón, Spain
Garnacha
Paella
Top Notes For
Issa Kharouba

Smooth, fruity with an intense boldness. I would buy this again. 2015 vintage in April 2019.

Smooth, fruity with an intense boldness. I would buy this again. 2015 vintage in April 2019.

Apr 7th, 2019
Raul Puga

Grenache through and through

Grenache through and through

Feb 7th, 2018
Ana Petrovic

Bold fruit with a pepper finish. Delicious!

Bold fruit with a pepper finish. Delicious!

Aug 26th, 2017
Rosy

Found this at a HEB and was pleasantly surprised. Mild earth, medium body, dark aged red fruit up front, good table wine

Found this at a HEB and was pleasantly surprised. Mild earth, medium body, dark aged red fruit up front, good table wine

Aug 22nd, 2017
Joshua Vickery

The first Garnaca I've ever had, and I was very pleased! This is from the Calatayud region of Zaragosa province. Garnacha likely originated in Aragon, and spread to regions controlled by the Crown of Aragon, such as Sardinia, the Balearics, and Roussillon (now in southern France). The vine was long ago known as Tinto Aragones ("red of Aragon").

"The wine exudes intense aromas of sweet cherries and dark plums with an exotic spicy finish reminiscent of white pepper."

The first Garnaca I've ever had, and I was very pleased! This is from the Calatayud region of Zaragosa province. Garnacha likely originated in Aragon, and spread to regions controlled by the Crown of Aragon, such as Sardinia, the Balearics, and Roussillon (now in southern France). The vine was long ago known as Tinto Aragones ("red of Aragon").

"The wine exudes intense aromas of sweet cherries and dark plums with an exotic spicy finish reminiscent of white pepper."

Jun 14th, 2017
Ryan Young

Smooth. Balanced. Silky yet subtlety deep.

Smooth. Balanced. Silky yet subtlety deep.

May 16th, 2017
Philip Cook

Nothing subtle about this wine at all. it's a big-assed, unrestrained, lush fruit bomb. But, it still has a little bit of backbone and seemed more balanced a few days after it was opened. It was a solid pizza and turkey sammich wine. Solid value at $8.

Nothing subtle about this wine at all. it's a big-assed, unrestrained, lush fruit bomb. But, it still has a little bit of backbone and seemed more balanced a few days after it was opened. It was a solid pizza and turkey sammich wine. Solid value at $8.

Apr 13th, 2017
Wendy Atkins-Sayre

Great inexpensive wine!

Great inexpensive wine!

Apr 1st, 2017
Shawn Thompson

Dark ruby red colour with an earthy nose of dark cherries and plums. The palate is surrounded with notes of candied red fruit, hints of cinnamon and white pepper.

Dark ruby red colour with an earthy nose of dark cherries and plums. The palate is surrounded with notes of candied red fruit, hints of cinnamon and white pepper.

Mar 26th, 2017
Robert Maxam

Very nice Spanish Garnacha

Very nice Spanish Garnacha

Mar 20th, 2017