Bodegas Obergo
Single 75cl bottle

Obergo Varietales

**Last bottles available!**

It is a Somontano wine that manages to achieve an unparalleled balance between power and elegance. After a long ageing process the bottles are finally laid down in the darkness of our small winery.

PRODUCER

Bodegas Obergo

WINE NAME

Obergo Varietales

COUNTRY

Spain

REGION

Aragón (Huesca)

SUB REGION

Secastilla Valley

ALTITUDE

700 metres

CLIMATE

Semi-humid continental, with snowy winters and mild summers

SOIL

Very poor soils, sandy and with cobblestones

APPELLATION

D.O. Somontano

VINTAGE

2012

GRAPE VARIETY

Cabernet Sauvignon

HARVEST

Manual picking

AGEING

18 months in French oak barrels

ALCOHOL CONTENT

14% ABV

COLOUR

Red

PRODUCT TYPE

Still wine

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

SOLD AS

Single 75cl bottle

CASE QUANTITY

6x 75cl bottles

AWARDS AND RATINGS

91 points – Peñín Guide

TOTAL PRODUCTION

4,800 bottles

FEATURES

Suitable for vegetarians

PRODUCT CODE

70012012

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Obergo Varietales

Tasting notes

The rich, sensual aroma is typical of the grape varieties recalling small red and black berries (cherries and blackcurrants), black pepper, fruit in light syrup and a hint of chocolate and leather, characteristic notes from ageing. On the palate the wine is full and silky with dense, well-structured tannins.

Obergo Varietales

Food pairing notes

This wine will be perfect with meat, sausages, aged cheese, smoked fish and casseroles.

Suggested serving temperature: 17ºC to 18ºC

Obergo Varietales

Winemaker notes

This wine presents a Northern profile, from the sensory parameters of the grape (complex, balanced and with a lot of ripe fruit). This is probably due to a rather cool summer with milder temperatures, and to a later than usual harvest which coincided with the first of the autumn chills.
Pre-fermentation cold maceration at a controlled temperature of 10ºC during 96 hours followed by fermentation and maceration during 21 days with frequent remontage (pumping over). This wine was aged for 18 months in French oak barrels followed by a resting period of 4 months after bottling.

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