Naturaleza Salvaje Tinto is a vegan Spanish red wine from northern Spain. Only one grape variety can be found in this wine: grenache.
The wine is produced north of the Bardenas Reales desert (Navarre). The climate in this region, characterised by very dry weather and a large temperature difference between day and night, promotes grape production and produces grapes with a highly concentrated flavour.
During the production process and cultivation of the grapes, as few chemical elements technological aids as possible are used. The wine matures for 6 months in barrels.
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TASTING PROFILE: Naturaleza Salvaje Tinto is extremely rich in aromas of full-bodied red fruit with soft and round tannins. The wine has a discreet sweetness, well-balanced acidity and a striking fraicheur that makes it almost incomparable to Grenache-Noir from France's Roussillon, or Spain's Priorat. Finally, the wine has an excessive mouthfeel that is slightly spicy, with glycerine and, above all, refined.
Serve this wine simply to enjoy a good glass of wine, with a classic meat dish, a refined game dish, or with hard cheeses (not too spicy).
GRAPE VARIETY: GARNACHA