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Baltasar Gracian Garnacha Viñas Viejas 2018Bodegas San Alejandro
It is one of the wines with the best CPR in our country, always with a Garnacha profile of old vineyards planted on slate soil and aged for 10 months in barrels.
Baltasar Gracián Viñas Viejas is the Spanish version of that Las Rocas de San Alejandro that put Bodegas San Alejandro on the radar of so many wine enthusiasts in the world, when Robert Parker gave a humble Grenache of Calatayud 90 points. Since then, and it has already rained, it is one of the wines with the best CPR in our country, always with a Garnacha profile of old vineyards planted on slate soil and aged for 10 months in barrels.
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- Bodegas San Alejandro
- 75 cl
- Denominación de Origen
- DO Calatayud
- Tipo de Viticultura
- Tipo de Uva
Ctra Calatayud-Cariñena, Km 16,4, 50330 Miedes, España
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