At the end of April members of the SI/AdV Tasting Panel met at the residence of the publisher, Reva K. Singh to taste and recommend Spanish wines to consumers and readers of Sommelier India wine magazine. As always, the wines are tasted blind, followed by a discussion. Two Indian wines from Sula and Grover Zampa were include incognito in the list, and fared fairly well. The wines are listed. below in the sequence in which they were tasted. Tasting Notes by Gagan Sharma
2017 Bodegas Aragonesas ‘Crucillon’, Garnacha Rosé, Campo de Borja, SPAIN Very pale pink colour, A tad dull. Mild intensity of aromas with touches of ripe red fruits, red berries, and hints of green. Opens to floral notes later. Dry palate with ripe moderate fairly crisp acidity, soft negligible tannins, round mouthfeel with mild fruity and spice notes. A simple quaffable rose.
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