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Bodegas Aragonesas Coto de Hayas Vinas del Cierzo 2016

Bodegas Aragonesas Coto de Hayas Vinas del Cierzo 2016

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Garnacha, Syrah and Mazuelo. From the 1st week of October for Garnacha and Mazeula and the 3rd week of September for Syrah, grapes are selected from old and rainfed vineyards, located on slate and clay-ferrous soils. Aged in french oak barrels for 12 months.

Wine Info

  • Vintage: 2016
  • Varietal: Grenache, Syrah, Mazuelo
  • Aging: 12 months in French Oak barrels
  • Producer: Bodegas Aragonesas

Tasting Notes

  • Colour: Intense cherry-red, bright
  • Aroma: High intensity, complex aromas are of red and black fruits, mineral tones, slight smoky and spicy notes given by the time spent in barrels. Fine notes to cacao, coffee and toasted.
  • Palate: Smooth, wide and fleshy on the palate. Full, harmonious and balanced. Aftertaste remains long time whereas fruity and spices notes as well as memories of cacao and coffee reappear.


A cooperative effort by farmers from two towns: Magallón and Fuendejalón. Together, they represent the 65% of the production of this appellation. They have enough fruit to create a number of different brands, including high-volume wines like “Crucillón” and smaller productions like ”Garnacha Centenaria” or “Fagus”. Bodegas Aragonesas, which represents 8500 acres of land, has recently started the process of conversion to organic farming.


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