The 2018 alejandro Carmenere is deep, dark purple red, with intense sour cherry, dark chocolate, mint and a touch of red capsicum on the nose. A full, rich masks the relatively high alcohol and clever use of French oak makes for a delightfully balanced wine.
alejandro Carmenere 2018 - Tasting note
The 2018 alejandro Durif was made from small berries, small bunches and shrivel. Fermented out to 15.7% ABV and sulphured ex malo this wine went straight to American oak -...
Aromas of black fruits and American oak derived vanilla and coconut. Full in the mouth, rich with stacks of fruit, oak and booze. alejandro Durif 2018 - Tasting note
Graciano [grah-ee-YAH-noh] is widely grown in Rioja & Spain. Aromas of sea salt, white pepper, mulberry, dried sage and oregano. Full bodied, long spicy finish, with little to no obvious oak...
Concentrated aromas of black tea and black cherry. A rich, tannic wine with colour, complexity and oak. alejandro Lagrein 2017 - Tasting Note