Red Blend of Garnacha (65%) and Syrah (35%) with brief stay in American oak to get a great round finish. Its complexity and quality denote a pampered artisanal elaboration. You may feel abundant salivation and a great balanced acidity on the palate.
You will enjoy… the intense feeling of placidness it creates in the mouth
Out of curiosity… Prados Fusión is made by direct blending of Garnacha and Syrah grapes in traditional open vats (not afterwards like the majority of wineries do). That’s the reason why those Syrah grapes chosen for blending are kept for late ripening so both varieties arrive together to the winery.
Did you know that…? The Garnacha-Syrah tandem is one of the modern winemaker’s favorites. Syrah grape adds stability and colour structure to Garnacha-based wines.
Bodega Pagos del Moncayo
• La Corona (Garnacha) and Los Blanquizales (Syrah) in Magallón (low-altitude zone of Campo de Borja).
• Avg. 350-450 metres high.
• BIO cultivation and controlled low yielding (6,000 kg/Ha). 50% of the grape bunches are discarded in order to ensure the maximum quality of the remaining grapes.
Since 2006, our Pagos del Moncayo winery elaborates wines of both Garnacha and Syrah grapes coming from the Aibar’s family vineyards.
The philosophy we have, is to make wines with maximum respect for the environment and that truly reflect their origin. To achieve the best value and honesty in our wines, we work both vineyards and vinification process with traditional methods, using our own hands and feet and making the most of natural influences.
These efforts have been recognized and certified by the EU within the Eco-Prowine project.
Gonzalo Marchant (Chile)
Dark ruby color. Extrovert nose of well ripe black fruit from the Syrah grape and Mediterranean scrublands like thyme, rosemary and even lavender, representative of Garnacha from Campo de Borja. On the palate, it is pleasantly jammy but fresh thanks to its herbal hues, also present in the aftertaste. Definitely, it is a social wine. It is open, complex but easy-drinking thanks to its fresh character, soft tannins and silky long finish. No doubt, you will go for another sip!
• Manual harvest and use of small boxes of less than 19 kg.
• Maceration and alcoholic fermentation at low temperature in open vats holding up to 5 tons, during 1 week.
• Traditional and pampered grape crush by feet in open vats to get the best character of the free run juice and minimize damage of skins and pips.
• Direct blending in open vats.
Brief stay in oak
Serve as accompaniment to red meats and pasta dishes.
Silver Medal, Decanter World Wine Awards 2016, vintage 2015.
93 Points, Guía Gourmets 2018, vintage 2016.
90 Points, Guía Proensa 2015, Spain, vintage 2013.
“Powerful, primary, aromas of wild berries, balsamic, ink, chocolate, vanilla, lavender, scrublands… Juicy, very fruity and fresh… Long and persistent finish.”
Guía Gourmets (Spain).