Juan Gil Seminar & Tasting

Date & Time : Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 6:30pm

Their vineyards are located between 700 and 850 meters of altitude, on a sandy and limestone soil, stony on the surface and very poor in nutrients, with a great holding capacity of the little water it receives. It’s the kingdom of Monastrell, a grape variety owned by this region that is present in the vast majority, and exclusively, in all our wines. Next to the old vines, aged more than forty years, and other younger Monastrell ones, also grow Syrah, Cabernet, Merlot and Petit Verdot grapes, which are well suited to the terrain and provide intense shades of spices and fruit. In this place, with extreme climate and strong contrast, is where our winery is located. With hot summers of intense sun, long and cold winters, a difference of 25ºC between day and night, almost total absence of rainfall, and with a dry and stony ground. These land particularities are which gives us the character we have, which marks our people and, of course, our wines. It’s our way of doing things. For this event we will be tasting Arnido Rueda Verdejo, Juan Gil Dry Moscatel, Laya Red Blend, Honoro Vera Organic Monastrell, Can Blau Crianza, Juan Gil Silver Crianza Monastrell, attica Garnacha, Tridents Tempranillo, and Blue Grey Red. Light Appetizers will be served. Admission is free but seating is limited. If you wish to attend this Thursday evening event, please RSVP using the form to the right.

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