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Bodegas Castaño – GSM

September 2015 – grapes are harvested.

The wine is defined through its deep, appealing red color; good ripe fruit aroma with bakery hints as well as its meaty, soft, juicy with succulent black cherry and blackberry flavors.

Bodegas Castaño – GSM
Bodegas Castaño – GSM

Made from Garnacha Tintorera, Syrah and Monastrell, 80% of GSM wine is being aged in French oak barrels while the remaining 20% is being put in American oak barrels.

The sweet tannicity and long aftertaste make the wine more appealing in the market.

GSM wine’s fermentation and maceration happen for 8 – 10 days with a controlled temperature of 24 – 26ºC and being aged for 4 straight months in oak barrels.

Information about GSM

Brand name: Bodegas Castaño – GSM
Wine name: GSM
Country: Spain
Region: Yecla
Appellation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Website: Bodegas Castaño

Tasting Notes

Tint: Deep, appealing, red color
Aroma: Good ripe fruit
Aroma hints: Loaded with bakery hints
Flavour: Succulent black cherry and blackberry
Flavour Finish: Long aftertaste
Tannicity: Sweet
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Lamb
Grapes: 20% Garnacha Tintorera, 40% Syrah and 40% Monastrell
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INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE, Recognition won: Silver

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