Sangría LA SUECA Botella de 1 LITRO

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La Sueca brings you to the vintage Spanish sixties. A trip through the very beginning of Spanish freedom and the first arrival of European tourists. This bottle takes you to the kitsch Costa Azul’s campings during the 60-70’s, where the guateques (private parties) and the first lights of Spanish familes’s vacations were possible...

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Travelling in a jam-packed car was the way to do it and drinking sangria was a synonymous of having fun with friends and family. This is the reason La Sueca pays tribute to those amazing summers with its colourful, friendly and funny design.

Varieties: 50% Garnacha, 50% Tempranillo.

Alcohol: 9% Vol.

Vineyard: Selection of the best grapes of Garnacha and Tempranillo from Casa Berger’s vineyards located in Penedes region.

Harvest: Automatic harvesting, at night, which started on the last week of October.

Winemaking: La Sueca is made from the typical grapes of our region: Garnacha and Tempranillo. This fresh and fruty red wine goes through a maceration with natural extracts of orange juice, lemon, cinnamon, peach, figs, apricot, lime and other red fruits for several weeks inside our stainless steel tanks, until the sangria gets the Spanish touch we are looking for. Then we add natural must nectar to give the point of sweetness.

Tasting Notes:

Colour: Clean and bright cherry-red color.

Nose: Cinnamon and citrus like orange combined with red fruits aromas.

Palate: Fresh, fruity, pleasant, sweet and well-balanced.

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La Sueca brings you to the vintage Spanish sixties. A trip through the very beginning of Spanish freedom and the first arrival of European tourists. This bottle takes you to the kitsch Costa Azul’s campings during the 60-70’s, where the guateques (private parties) and the first lights of Spanish familes’s vacations were possible...