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Aroa Jauna Crianza

DO Navarra, Spain (40% Cab/Sauv, 30%Tempranillo, 26% Merlot, 4% Garnacha Red) 750 ml Certified Organic Aroa Jauna is a modern, elegant and agile wine. With a perfect harmony between alcohol and acidity, it is the reflection of its terroir it is born in, fresh and at altitude. Aroa is a boutique winery that has pioneered the restoration of traditional winemaking practices in the DO Navarra. All of the vineyards are organic and are cared for using our ancestral methods, only using natural products and only allowing nature to reach its fullest expression in the grapes. TASTING NOTES It is a deep, dark very intense shade of red with great brilliance. The aroma is clean and reminiscent of ripe fruits composed mainly of pears, sweet apples and quince. This gives way to aromas of cacao, dry leaves and leather. On the palate it is tasty and agile, with well integrated tannins..
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Aroa Mutiko

DO Navarra, Spain (70% Tempranillo, 30% Merlot) 750 ml Certified Organic Aroa Mutiko is a young red wine produced using carbonic maceration. It is fresh, agreeable and agile. Aroa is a boutique winery that has pioneered the restoration of traditional winemaking practices in DO Navarra. Mutiko’s color is clean and brilliant, with intense burgundy tones dominating. The aroma is fresh and well-fruited with good intensity. The first impression is of dark fruits, raspberries and peach. After a few minutes of aeration new fruited aromas develop, supported by a base of licorice. On the palate it has a soft attack, fresh and very clean with medium structure.   NA15.
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Bodegas Aroa

Aroa Mutiko (70% Tempranillo, 30% Merlot) Aroa Jauna Crianza (40% Cab/Sauv, 30% Tempranillo, 26% Merlot, 4% Garnacha) A short distance from Zurukoain, where the AROA vineyards are located, in the 1st Century the Romans kept wine in a wine cellar known as “cella vinaria”, located in Arellano, storing the wine in large earthen jars known as “dolias”. It seems that this wine cellar kept around 90 dolias with a capacity of 800 litres each. There were “lacus”, namely press-rooms where the grapes were squashed and the must fermented, and another area known as “fumarium”, which, it seems, was warmed in order to accelerate the fermentation process if necessary. There were rituals involving the wine, known as “vinarias”, and on the 23rd April the “vinaria priora” celebration was held to taste the new wine. The “vinaria rustica”, celebrated on the 19th of August, was used to ask the Gods for protection.
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DO Navarra

Bodegas Aroa  (Zurukoain, Navarra) Bodegas De Sarria  (Puente la Reina, Navarra) The diversity of climates and landscapes A key characteristic of the D.O. Navarra area is the extraordinary diversity of its climate and landscape wich spread across more than 100 kilometres lying between the area around Pamplona in the north and the Ebro river plain to the south. The fact is that Navarra enjoys an exceptional location, one which is practically unique in the Iberian Peninsula and is marked by the confluence of the Atlantic, Continental and Mediterranean climates. The proximity of the Bay of Biscay, the influence of the Pyrenees and the temperate incluence of the Ebro valley are all key factors in giving Navarra its unique range different climates. These climatic differences mark the Navarran landscape, where more than 11,500 hectares dedicated to the Designation of Origin are distributed across the different ecosystems and crop growing conditions: slopes; river.
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