Muñana 3 Cepas

Muñana 3 Cepas

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€13.30

It is the second wine of the winery and it already existed when the current owners took over the winery. As with their first wine, Muñana Rojo, most of the production would be sold in bulk for other countries to bottle as their own.

 

The wine Muñana 3 cepas is a red wine, which is made with the grape varieties Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. The wines are aged in a traditional way, being wines of great quality.

Tell this when serving it: It is called 3 vines because it originally had 3 grape varieties: Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The current owner of the winery, José Julián Romero, was convinced that this wine lacked "something" to make it perfect (all this without hardly any knowledge of wine because he had just bought the winery). Seeing that his oenologist did not pay any attention to his idea, he began to add a fourth variety at home and on his own, thinking that it would give the wine that "something" he said it lacked. One day he gave the oenologist a taste of the wine and, surprised, asked him what it was. From that moment on, three varieties were added to the Petit Verdot coupage.

They tell us in the winery that having the "Ñ" as a brand name has helped them a lot when it comes to promoting themselves, since every time Spain holds an event at a national or international level they count on this wine for what the label symbolizes.

VT Altiplano Sierra Nevada

Tipo de Vino
Tinto
Variedad
Syrah (70%), Cabernet Sauvignon (20%), Merlot (5%) y Petit Verdot (5%)
Denominación de Origen
IGP Altiplano de Sierra Nevada
Maridaje
750ml
Añada
2011
Pairing - Moments
I have been invited to a dinner!
Pairing - People
Those who accompany you while you cook
Pairing - Music
The Rolling Stones
Provincia
Granada
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