The grape Graciano is typically used in good quality Rioja to add perfume and acidity. It’s quite unusual to see a wine made exclusively from it. In Navarra they’ve been experimenting, and we really like the results.
There’s a delicate floral presence on the nose, with earthy, spicy hints. The palate has blueberry and blackcurrant flavours, with peppercorn notes. There’s also good acidity and nice length for the price.