Light silvery/gold color. Aromas of white flowers, peach, beeswax and herbal chamomile tea. Pallet is full of peach, lychee, tangerine, green apple, grapefruit and fresh herbs. Touches of minerals and saline on the finish. Waxy texture. Bright with medium plus acidity. Nice complexity. — 14 days ago
This outstanding clarete by Jorge Monzón of Dominio del Águila has emerged as the benchmark for the revival of Clarete. Sourced from old vineyards in La Aguilera, it is a blend of approximately 35% Tempranillo, 35% Albillo and other red and white grapes such as Bobal, Bruñal, Garnacha and Pirulés, all co-planted and fermented together. Complex, vibrant, just perfect to spend a hot summer afternoon.
— 2 years ago
Cantaloupe, apple cider, sun flowers. A few years has given it a touch of baked fruit and pistachio. Medium body. Is it odd to have green leaves from plants that are not grape vines on the label? A simple, pretty wine. — 4 years ago
Slight sherry notes. Very nice. 2014. — 24 days ago
Nose of burnt honey, burnt caramel, burnt strawberry. Over ripe plum and peach.
Taste is a bright and clear peach. Like taking a bite of a ripe peach. Then falls into peach creme brulee. Long delicious finish — 3 years ago
Excellent dessert wine. Cool and crisp, very fruity but without a strong aftertaste. — a month ago
Light feeling red — 2 years ago
Another hit from Jorge Ordoñez, mild spice from the old vines and a touch of earthyness , subtle cherries and light cocoa...
A really good wine at 15.99 , Ordoñez is just like Dave Phinney, the just don’t associate with bad wineries. — 5 years ago