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Grenache is a sun-loving grape that thrives in hot, dry conditions. It's no surprise that fruit for this old vine Grenache is grown in Carinena in northeastern Spain. True to what we love about this grape, the wine is teeming with notes of juicy raspberry and red cherry. With just a touch of oak to finish the wine, enjoy elements like cinnamon, fig and fruit leather. Enjoy with pork loin or charcuterie. 

Las Carlinas is the result of a collaboration between Long Wines and winemaker Fernando Mora MW. Their Garnacha grapes are sourced from the DO Cariñena in Aragón. The DO with the most hectares of Garnacha vines in Spain, many of which are more than 100 years old. Here, the Garnacha vine thrives in the extreme climate at more than 700m altitude alongside a diversity of wild plants. These include the star-shaped Carlina thistle after which the range is named – pinned on doors to ward off evil spirits, it is a traditional symbol of protection and strength.

Cariñena lies about halfway between Madrid and Barcelona in the Ebro Valley. It is not as well known as famous regions like Rioja or Priorat but it is actually the second oldest region in Spain!

Las Carlinas 2019 Old Vines Garnacha

SKU: 884793
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COUNTRY: Spain

REGION: Carinena

VARIETAL: Grenache

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Grenache is a sun-loving grape that thrives in hot, dry conditions. It's no surprise that fruit for this old vine Grenache is grown in Carinena in northeastern Spain. True to what we love about this grape, the wine is teeming with notes of juicy raspberry and red cherry. With just a touch of oak to finish the wine, enjoy elements like cinnamon, fig and fruit leather. Enjoy with pork loin or charcuterie. 

Las Carlinas is the result of a collaboration between Long Wines and winemaker Fernando Mora MW. Their Garnacha grapes are sourced from the DO Cariñena in Aragón. The DO with the most hectares of Garnacha vines in Spain, many of which are more than 100 years old. Here, the Garnacha vine thrives in the extreme climate at more than 700m altitude alongside a diversity of wild plants. These include the star-shaped Carlina thistle after which the range is named – pinned on doors to ward off evil spirits, it is a traditional symbol of protection and strength.

Cariñena lies about halfway between Madrid and Barcelona in the Ebro Valley. It is not as well known as famous regions like Rioja or Priorat but it is actually the second oldest region in Spain!