MarboréPirineos Selección

  • Designation of origin
    D.O. Somontano
  • Type of wine and year
    Red | 2005
  • Variety and alcohol content
    Cabernet-Sauvignon @en, Merlot @en, Tempranillo @en, Moristel @en, Parraleta @en | 13,5º
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MARBORE Tinto
  • Appearance

    Magnificent ruby red colour with purple tones.
  • Nose

    Great aromatic potential that develops in the glass to reveal coffee, leather and jam with toasted nuances. Aromas that change enticingly according to the moment.
  • Palate

    Wonderful expression on the palate and mouth-wateringly appealing. The tasting sensation is rounded off with a lingering finish.
  • Temp. Consumo

    16º
  • Food pairing

    Roast leg of lamb, red meat and game.

Details

Aromatic diversity and differentiation are born of a fusion of international and indigenous grapes.  Grapes from the best vineyards are harvested at their optimum ripeness to give great concentration, excellent fruit potential and meatiness on the palate.  All the attributes of a great wine.

Points of interest

The name comes from one of the prettiest mountain peaks in the Aragonese Pyrenees.  It represents the maximum oenological expression of the Pirineos winery, which is a pioneer in blending international and indigenous varieties to great success.

Guides

  • Guía Peñín 2014 90
  • Anuario El País 2013 3 racimos
  • Guía ABC 2013 91
  • Guía Repsol 2013 93

Prizes

Mundus Vini 2013: Gold MedalDecanter Competition England 2013: Bronze MedalBacchus 2012: Silver MedalCINVE Miami 2011: Gold MedalInternational Wine Challenge. London 2011: Silver MedalLa Selección International competition (AUS-ALE- SUI) - Germany 2010: Gold Medal

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