Region: Granada, Spain
Style: Powerful and structured red
The nose reveals a feast of aromas that recall ripe red fruit, pomegranate and smokey tobacco. In the mouth, it is lean, lively, with a good structure, characterized by great freshness. It is a giant, a lean giant, elegant and powerful, with a very long finish. Not a very common style, but it does bring to mind a leaner Amarone.
Named after the ancient village spelling of Granada and with its symbolic pomegranate depiction, this wine playfully circumvents the appellation legislation and makes it known you are still drinking wine from the area.