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Carinena is a red wine grape most often grown in Chile and in the regions of Aragon, Rioja, Catalunya, and Navarra in Spain. Carinena displays notes of blackberry, licorice, and can be spicy and earthy on the pallet. Carinena is often used in Crianza blends. In Spain there is a designated plateau in Aragon called “Campo de Carinena”. This area is one of the oldest protected growing region in Europe dating all the way back to 1932. It is most famous for producing Priorot and Monstant wines. Carinena is commonly used as a blending grape, but is now beginning to produce its own single variety wines. Carinena will contribute acidity, rich dark color, hints of cherry, and increase of tannins while blending. The wine produced from Carinena is paired best with cheeses such as blue, fontina, and gouda. It also pairs wonderfully with game and seafood. 

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Mas Sinen Petit Mas Sinen Priorat 2015

Mas Sinen Priorat Petit Mas Sinen is made from 45% Garnacha, 30% Cariñena (also called Samsó), 10% Cabernet Sauvignon,  10% Syrah, 5% Merlot.
Aged in oak barrels for 6 months.
Maceration for 21 days. ML in stainless steel tanks.
Clarification with white egg and soft filtration.
The wine shows great spice and leather components, some minerality and a lot of  ripe red fruits aromas as well.
This wine is certified organic.

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