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Evodia

Evodia

Evodia Bottle
Appellation
Calatayud
Variety
Garnacha
Age of Vines
40-100
Farming
Sustainable
Soil
Slate and quartz over clay
Altitude
800-1000 meters
Fermentation
Hand harvested, destemmed but not crushed, 20 day fermentation in concrete vats, 7 day gentle post-fermentation maceration
Aging
6 months in concrete tanks (80%) and neutral French and American oak barrels (20%)

Overview

Evodia is sourced from Garnacha from the villages of  Atea, Acered and Alarba. Located in the Sierra Santa Cruz,  these steep sites (up to 25%) have various exposures but share similar soils – slate and quartzite over clay. At an average elevation of 900 meters above sea level, these vineyards are among the highest sites within the province of Aragon. This unique terroir and the old vines of Garnacha rooted in it, are the origins of Evodia.

Ratings & Reviews

90

2017 Evodia

Source: WA

91

2016 Evodia

Source: JD

89

2016 Evodia

Source: WA

90

2014 Evodia

Source: WA

90

2014 Evodia

Source: VM

Aragon, Spain
  • Location
    Aragon, Spain
  • Appellation
    Calatayud
  • Proprietor
    Eric Solomon, Jean-Marc Lafage & Yolanda Diaz
  • Winemaker
    Juan Vicente Alcañiz, Jorge Temprano & Jean-Marc Lafage
  • Size / Elevation
    160 hectares / 800-1000 meters
  • Portfolio
    Eric Solomon Selections

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