San Gregorio

Las Martas Single Vineyards Calatayud Garnacha

8.890 ratings
8.77 pro ratings
Calatayud, Aragón, Spain
Garnacha
Paella
Top Notes For
Sipping Fine Wine

Tried this about 6 months ago, still ok for $10. Dark red with berry fruit and spice aromas. On the palate tart cherry and plum flavors with smoky pepper spice, sharp acidity and oak notes. Tannins are a bit harsh and rustic, medium finish ending with smoky notes. Tasting Sample.

Tried this about 6 months ago, still ok for $10. Dark red with berry fruit and spice aromas. On the palate tart cherry and plum flavors with smoky pepper spice, sharp acidity and oak notes. Tannins are a bit harsh and rustic, medium finish ending with smoky notes. Tasting Sample.

Oct 24th, 2019
Sipping Fine Wine

Dark red with berry fruit and spice aromas. On the palate tart cherry and plum flavors with smoky pepper spice, sharp acidity and oak notes. Tannins are a bit harsh and rustic, medium finish ending with smoky notes. Ok for 10 bucks.

Dark red with berry fruit and spice aromas. On the palate tart cherry and plum flavors with smoky pepper spice, sharp acidity and oak notes. Tannins are a bit harsh and rustic, medium finish ending with smoky notes. Ok for 10 bucks.

May 26th, 2019
Jesse Pender

Assistant Winemaker Delicato Family Vineyards

8.5

Simple and easy drinking.

Simple and easy drinking.

Nov 9th, 2018
MaJ CappS

Blueberry crisp in the nose,

Medium bodied, soft, cherry bark, tart red and blue fruits, a mild acidity that grows with time, as it coaxes the tannins out of the wine while tarragon, and white pepper carry the memory of it until it is only that.

This wine is impressive for the price.

Blueberry crisp in the nose,

Medium bodied, soft, cherry bark, tart red and blue fruits, a mild acidity that grows with time, as it coaxes the tannins out of the wine while tarragon, and white pepper carry the memory of it until it is only that.

This wine is impressive for the price.

Jun 28th, 2018
Jason Pace

Ample oak, cherries, berries, nice and dry, Grenache spice and boozy heat, just a hair of anise, I’m into it

Ample oak, cherries, berries, nice and dry, Grenache spice and boozy heat, just a hair of anise, I’m into it

1 person found it helpfulNov 5th, 2018
Ingrid Betts

Yum!!! Good after a frustrating day.

Yum!!! Good after a frustrating day.

1 person found it helpfulAug 15th, 2018
Josh Center

Suckling says 93. It’s not. Good though. Dry. Nice earth/fruit balance.

Suckling says 93. It’s not. Good though. Dry. Nice earth/fruit balance.

1 person found it helpfulAug 12th, 2018
Matt Trader

This is a fantastic garnacha from Catalayud. Suckling thinks 93.. overzealous as usual, but I can agree for a $13 bottle of wine, it has to be one of the best I've had in quite a while. I could have this as my daily summer wine.

This is a fantastic garnacha from Catalayud. Suckling thinks 93.. overzealous as usual, but I can agree for a $13 bottle of wine, it has to be one of the best I've had in quite a while. I could have this as my daily summer wine.

1 person found it helpfulJul 22nd, 2018
Kim Rippere

Edward thinks it’s too dry and I don’t prefer the taste. Good aroma.

Edward thinks it’s too dry and I don’t prefer the taste. Good aroma.

Nov 9th, 2019
Tree Kilpatrick

Crazy dark purple tinged color. Lovely in the glass. Smells Spanish. Hint of warm wood (cedar?) to go with the cherry-berry stuff. Maybe a hint of sage. Flavor is classic. Mountain wild berries. Bitter inky tannins. Freshness. Crisp. Very dry. Reminds me of Evodia a bit. Plenty of anise and licorice on the backside. It’s a lovely example of granacha’s expression in Spain..

Crazy dark purple tinged color. Lovely in the glass. Smells Spanish. Hint of warm wood (cedar?) to go with the cherry-berry stuff. Maybe a hint of sage. Flavor is classic. Mountain wild berries. Bitter inky tannins. Freshness. Crisp. Very dry. Reminds me of Evodia a bit. Plenty of anise and licorice on the backside. It’s a lovely example of granacha’s expression in Spain..

Oct 30th, 2019