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Pittacum La Prohibicion 2017

Pittacum La Prohibicion 2017

Red Wine from Castilla Y Lyon, Spain

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Wine Description
A temperate winter with a lack of rain meant that the grapes’ annual growth cycle began a month earlier than usual. Bud break occurred during the second half of March.

Flowering and fruit-set in the vines not affected by the frost were accompanied by mild temperatures and had successfully completed by mid-May.

As could be expected, veraison was early, and by the start of July we already had colored grapes. A dry, hot summer provided good ripening conditions in terms of color and tannin development, a more than acceptable balance between alcohol and acidity, and impeccable health.

Tasting Notes: Fragrant, the fruit seduces the nose with black cherry aromas laced with violets against the woody background of the oak. Chinese ink and hints of grass.

Food Pairing: Its characteristic acidity can be a stalwart companion when matched with traditionally heavy and fatty meals like “cocido”, a chickpea pottage. Its tannins are a good match for proteins, particularly unadorned red meats and fatty blue fish dishes like tuna stewed in onions with green bell peppers and raw sheep or blue cheeses.

Wine Profile
Country: Spain
Region: Castilla Y Lyon
Grape Varieties: 100% Garnacha tintorera
Wine Type: Red Wine
Vintage: 2017
Variant: 750ml
Alcohol by Volume: 14.5%
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