Cien Y Pico - Doble Pasta 2009 - Herbal Notes 75cl Bottle


Cien Y Pico - Doble Pasta 2009
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Deep purple in colour with youthful violet tints.

On the nose a fantastic range of blueberries, black plums and cherries mixes with touches of fresh bay leaf, lavender and a hint of rose petal.

On the palate red fruits such as raspberries and loganberries combine with darker hints of juicy blackberries and herbal notes.

Dark cocoa notes and a layer of savoury meatiness appear later.

Rich and full-bodied, with smooth tannins, good levels of natural acidity and a long, presistent, perfumed finish.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Cien y Pico
ABV:   13.5%
Acidity g/l:   6
Appellation:   Manchuela DO
Brand:   Cien y Pico
Country of Origin:   Spain
Grape Type:   Alicante Bouschet
Ph Level:   3.61
Quality Designation:   DO
Region:   Castile-La Mancha
Residual Sugar g/l:   1
Type of closure:   Stelvin
Vegan:   Yes
Vegetarian:   Yes
Vintage:   2009
Winemaker:   Elena Brooks


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Producer Information

`Four aspiring wine Knights and some bloody old vineyards,` is how Zar Brooks describes Cien y Pico. This exciting new producer is based in Manchuela, a small region in south-eastern Spain. The name Cien y Pico means "Hundred and something" and refers to the age of the ancient Garnacha Tintorera vines from which these wines are made. The project is the result of many years of experience in the region and the personal quest of four winemakers (Australian Zar Brooks, his Bulgarian wife Elena Golakova Brooks, Spaniard Luis Juminez Garcia and Italian Nicola Tucci) to preserve these 19th century vineyards. For some growers, harvesting the low yields of these vineyards is uneconomical and the attraction of EU subsidies, in exchange for uprooting the old vines, has proved too tempting. When the team first tasted the wines and visited the region, they agreed that something needed to be done and Cien y Pico was born.

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