La Garnacha Salvaje del Moncayo


The wild Garnacha from the Moncayo is a surprising wine due to its roundness and youth. This wine expresses all the qualities of the garnacha variety from this area of the Valle del Ebro as a result of its aging for 5 months in new French oak barrels. It is a fresh and fruity wine with a sweet tannin structure capable of satisfying enthusiasts of this variety, which is slowly re-gaining its former presence.

La Garnacha Olvidada de Aragón


La Garnacha Olvidada de Aragón is a wine made with grapes from old garnacha vineyards, which are expressed in its pleasant and mature tannins.This wine proves the excellent results a variety such as the garnacha can offer, especially when grown in old vineyards.

La Garnatxa Fosca del Priorat


La garnacha fosca del Priorat (fosca means dark) is a wine made in a 60-year-old vineyard with typical soils of the area, predominantly slate, and located at 310 metres above sea level.
This product is in the process of elaboration.

El Garnacho Viejo de la Familia Acha


This is a very personal wine made by the oenologist Raul Acha and his family using grapes picked from a very old vineyard his ancestors planted over 100 years ago. As you would expect from the Garnacha variety, it is currently producing unbeatable results.

The entire winemaking process has been carried out manually from the harvest – carried out by the family – to de-stemming – grape by grape, as well as processes such as batonnages and pisages, manual devatting and pressing – using a traditional press.

La Garnacha de Hielo


La Garnacha de Hielo is one of the few ice-wine made in Spain, and it originates from the Acha family vineyards. The harvest was performed in December with temperatures between five and ten degrees below zero. At that time of the year, the grape is over-ripe, has maximum concentration and a sweet wine with a […]

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