Concept of the Author
“All our varietal are an expression of the varieties themselves in our terruño. Our Petit Verdot 2009 is one of these and it is the best demonstration of what each variety can individually contribute to the different assemblies of our wines.”
Awards and mentions
INTERNATIONAL WINE GUIDE 2012: Silver Medal
PEÑIN Guide 2009: 89 points
PEÑIN Guide 2011: 88 points
PEÑIN Guide 2013: 87 points
REPSOL Guide 2013: 99 points
100% Petit Verdot from its own vineyards
Produced and bottled by the winery (Estate Bottles)
Finca Peñas Prietas (Cortes y Graena, Granada)
Year and Production
Grading: 13.5% Vol.
TA: 5.0 gr/l in tartaric acid
Procedures: 30 minutes after collection in 15kg boxes, the Petit Verdot grapes are placed in a refrigerated room at 5°C until the temperature stabilises before the best fruits are manually selected.
A short maceration is carried out for 4-5 days at a temperature of 20ºC followed by alcoholic and malolactic fermentations with cold stabilisation at -4ºC. 12 months in 300l French oak barrels, of nine different coopers and different toasts. Then 12 months in natural caves at 14°C average temperature.
The appearance is a nice, covered ruby colour with violet hues yet despite being a 2009. Notable varietal character on the nose, with hints of banana and pencil lead, deep balsamic that gives a lot of freshness and enveloping aromas of black fruit compote. The palate is fleshy and creamy, with excellent balance between acidity and fruit weight. Marked minerality on the palate, which puts us in the land from which it comes. As mentioned before, the wood appears in perspective providing spicy and toasted nuances. The finish is long and rich. A truly elegant wine and highly recommended.
Serving temperature: 17ºC
Food pairings: All kind of meats.
Find it in Spaninabox at a very special price.
We’re looking forward to the summer as we propose this combination of smoked pomfret fish, the tasty and award-winning rosemary goat’s cheese and fresh lamb’s lettuce which serves as a perfect starter tapa.
Ingredients for 4 tapas:
- 100g of lamb lettuce
- 2 tomatoes – sliced thinly
- 4 slices of smoked pomfret
- 8 slices of Rosemary goat cheese fresh
- Reduced balsamic vinegar
- Ground pepper
- Extra Virgin Olive oil
To prepare the salad, position a mould at the center of the plate, then begin by placing a layer of lamb’s lettuce at the bottom. If we are going to eat immediately we can add salt and a few drops of extra virgin olive oil. Otherwise, leave these steps until the end as the salt will extract water from the lamb’s lettuce and it will lose its turgidity.
For the next layer, place the slices of smoked pomfret, followed by another layer of lamb’s lettuce. Add one layer of thinly sliced Rosemary Goat’s cheese and finally, top off with a layer of fresh tomato slices.
Sprinkle with a few threads of reduced balsamic vinegar, a trickle of olive oil, ground pepper and salt if you like.
At the foot of the Sierra Nevada lies Bodegas Muñana; a unique dwelling which takes a holiday with family or friends to a whole new level. Escape from the stresses and strains of the 21st centuary with this gastrotravelling experience, and strip life back down to the basics: Good food, good drink, good shelter and most importantly good company!
Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of wine – discover it’s origins and allow your senses to run astray. Breathe in the fresh air, smell the soil from the vineyards, and learn about the production and ageing processes which result in sublime wines.
You will you enjoy a tasting session with some of the very best wines from this vineyard which is irrigated with water from the melting Sierra Nevada at an altitude of 1200 m, in clay loam soils and bred in caves with French and American oak barrels. A process which works in perfect harmony with nature.
Inside the winery complex there are two fully equipped self-catering one-storey apartments surrounded by the vineyards. Stay here and a tour through the winery and a tasting session is provided absolutely free of charge!
The location of the winery benefits from being within reach of a number of spectacular natural and cultural hotspots. Guadix (where the winery is located) and the surrounding areas, are characterized by a landscape of badlands and plenty of cave houses. Nearby heritage sites include the Puerto de la Ragua, which is popular amongst skiiers, the Calahorra, which has been populated since the paleolithic age, Ancient mines in Alquife which brought prosperity to the area during Roman times, Arab baths in Alhama de Granada which date back to the 1400’s, and the troglodyte town in Purullena, known for its quirky hillside settlements and stunning views, amongst many other visit-worthy locations all within easy reach.
Additionally, the Alhambra and Granada itself are only 45 min away, should you wish to experience City life at any time.
||House “2 Cepas”
|House “3 Cepas”
(inc. tasting session+guided visit)
||2 twins room with 105cm beds
||1 double room King size bed and 2 twins with 105cm beds.
- Spacious and bright living room with a large table where to enjoy a delicious meal cooked in the fireplace accompanied by any of the sublime Muñana wines.
- The kitchen is integrated into the living room and has all the necessary utensils apart from microwave and dishwasher.
- Central heating and a big shower completes the equipments.
Bodegas Munana also offer flexible catering services from just 10 to 200 persons for incentives, product presentations and any social event should you wish.
For availability or further information on this or any other aspect just send us an email