An honest expression of the character of the original clones worldwide of the Garnacha grape. Calatayud is Spain's highest altitude zone for the cultivation of Garnacha, and produces wines that are incredibly intense yet balanced with bright acidity due to the high altitudes. The slate soils impart a phenomenal minerality to Brega. Primary source records date back to the 7th Century demonstrate the cultivation of Garnacha in the medieval Kingdom of Aragón, which propagated this grape across the Mediterranean, including the South of France and Italy.
Wine SpectatorA jammy texture carries ripe, sweet flavors in this rich red, with kirsch, currant preserves and dark chocolate details. Firm tannins and sweet-tart acidity keep this focused. Garnacha. Drink now through 2023. 1,000 cases made.