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Viña Zorzal Garnacha, Navarra 2019

Red Wine from Spain
A fresh and delicious Spanish garnacha with bags of charm, red-berry fruit, plump texture and modest weight. A gem with grilled meats or paprika-spiked paella.
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Code: SP15691

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Medium-bodied
  • Grenache/Garnacha
  • 13.5% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • Now to 2022
  • 75cl
  • Cork, diam

Viña Zorzal

Antonio Sanz founded this estate in April 1989, with the help of two of his friends and fellow wine lovers, and it has gone on to achieve great popularity, particularly for its work with the lesser-known graciano grape native to the Navarra region. It is now run by the second generation of the Sanz family, brothers Xabi and Iñaki, who oversee sales and winemaking respectively. The brothers have injected a new lease of life into the portfolio, and were both responsible for creating the highly successful Zorzal wine range.

The modern winery is in the village of Corella, in the Ribero Baja area of Navarra, the region which borders Rioja. It is a fertile area known for its wine, fruit and farming, with a Mediterranean climate and sun-drenched slopes bordering the river Ebro, making for excellent grape growing conditions.

The Sanz family has 70 hectares of vines, some of which – including the graciano and garnacha used for the Zorzal range we buy – are over 35 years old. As well as graciano and garnacha, the estate grows tempranillo, mazuelo, merlot and cabernet sauvignon.

In the winery, the team works hard to preserve the natural fruity character of its wines. To that end, the wines are fermented in stainless-steel tanks and the garnacha remains completely unoaked, whereas the graciano spends just four months in French oak.
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Rotherham Advertiser

A fresh light bargain with red berry fruit.

- David Clay

Daily Mail

A brilliantly priced Spanish red made from one of the country’s best grapes, the gloriously plump garnacha. It’s from the Navarre region, not far from Rioja and is packed with...
A brilliantly priced Spanish red made from one of the country’s best grapes, the gloriously plump garnacha. It’s from the Navarre region, not far from Rioja and is packed with mouth-wateringly juicy red berry fruit flavours — cherry, raspberry and wild strawberries — wrapped in soft-as-velvet-slippers tannins. Truly great value, it’s the sort of red that works as well with a bowl of spicy crisps as it does with a big bowl of veggie stew.
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- Helen McGinn

Liverpool Echo

Plump with ripe strawberry and red berries. Black dusky fruits also eloquently claim my senses. The fruit isn't shy on the palate, but garnacha hardly ever is. I'm always a pushover to its...
Plump with ripe strawberry and red berries. Black dusky fruits also eloquently claim my senses. The fruit isn't shy on the palate, but garnacha hardly ever is. I'm always a pushover to its Spanish charms.
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- Jane Clare

South Wales Echo

Shows gentle red fruit aromas across the bouquet with some fresh floral tones. In the mouth the wine has a juicy character with the crunchy redcurrant flavour that carries a dash of acidity. The...
Shows gentle red fruit aromas across the bouquet with some fresh floral tones. In the mouth the wine has a juicy character with the crunchy redcurrant flavour that carries a dash of acidity. The alcohol is thoroughly sensible for a Spanish garnacha, as they can bang out alcohol if left to their own devices. The finish is bright and fresh and suited to a tomato-based pasta dish. We went turkey meatballs. -
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Neil Cammies

Lynn News

This is a brilliant wine from Rioja's neighbour, Navarra. It's unoaked - something I normally dislike in reds - but which allows the generous plum and bramble fruit to steal the show. This is ...
This is a brilliant wine from Rioja's neighbour, Navarra. It's unoaked - something I normally dislike in reds - but which allows the generous plum and bramble fruit to steal the show. This is gentle, soft, well-balanced and packed with flavour. At under £8 it's also something of a steal.
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- Giles Luckett

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