2016 Casa Castillo Las Gravas

2016 Casa Castillo Las Gravas

94 Points Parker's Wine Advocate
2016 Casa Castillo Las Gravas
94 Points Parker's Wine Advocate

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A top wine from one of the best estates in Jumilla. The Las Gravas is named after the thick layers of rock and gravel in this single vineyard of old bush vines. Along with some vineyard partners, it is the estate's signature variety Monastrell (aka Mourvedre) which leads this serious red. With savoury complexity and layering being matched by the harmony and completeness of a single-site blend, this is an impressive wine to decant now or cellar further.

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$59.99 in mixed 6+ or $66.99 per bottle



80% Monastrell and 20% Garnacha

Its Origins

Bodegas Casa Castillo is an unexpected discovery, and a wonderful one. It is located on the plateau of the underrated wine region, Jumilla, with a 174-hectare vineyard which enjoys a high altitude and the cooling influence of the Mediterranean. Any lovers of Bandol wines should take note of Casa Castillo; the grape varieties they use are led by Monastrell (Mourvèdre). A modern approach to winemaking is taken, with cold macerations to retain freshness and new French oak for high quality tannins and structure. The wines are generally bottled unfiltered to allow them to be as expressive as possible.

What The Critics Say

94/100 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, Luis Gutierrez

"It’s a blend of Monastrell with 15% each Garnacha and Syrah. This is the last year to have any Syrah, which was discontinued in 2017. It has an herbal twist, notes of dry herbs and pine nuts, an earthy touch and some dusty tannins that make me think of the gravelly soils." Drink 2019 - 2024

93/100 Vinous, Josh Raynolds (2015 vintage)

"Bright magenta. Dark berries, incense, potpourri and oak spices on the expansive nose. Smooth, appealingly sweet and open-knit, offering juicy blackberry, cherry-cola and mocha flavors that are sharpened by a snap of tangy acidity. Finishes on a building floral note, with strong persistence and even tannins that add shape and gentle grip. This wine drinks wonderfully now but it also has plenty of upside for the patient wine lover who has the foresight to stash some away. (all whole clusters; raised in 500-litre French oak barrels, 20% of them new)."

Stats & Food Matching

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    2019 - 2022

This Wine Goes Well With

with BEEF
with GAME



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