Carignan

Carignan is believed to have originated in Spain in the Aragon region and was historically a component of neighbouring Rioja's red wine blend. The wines are generally high  in tannin and acidity though modern wines from the south of France are treated to Carbonic Maceration which softens the tannins enabling them to be drunk young.

Carignan Gran Reserva Alto Los Romeros, Valle de Colchagua, Chile, 2014
Louis Felipe Edwards
Carignan Gran Reserva Alto Los Romeros 2014
Carignan Gran Reserva Alto Los Romeros, Valle de Colchagua, Chile, 2014  100% Carignan with 12 months in French oak.  A full bodied dry red wine. Intense deep violet colour, on nose is fresh and aromatic with notes of black and red fruit...
£10.25
Les Archères Carignan Vieilles Vignes, Languedoc Roussillon, France 2017
Les Archeres
Les Archeres Carignan Vieilles Vignes 2017
Les Archères Carignan Vieilles Vignes, Languedoc Roussillon, France 2017  100% Carignan  Lovely cherry/ruby-red colour. Nice fruit intensity on the nose with berry fruit character and hints of vanilla. Soft round palate,...
£9.99
Les Vignerons Carignan Syrah
Les Vignerons
Les Vignerons Carignan Syrah
Les Vignerons Carignan Syrah Vin de France  Soft berry fruits with a medium body and silky mouth feel. Pair this wine with red meats and soft cheeses.
£7.29
£5.59
Que Si DO Priorat 2015
I Tant
Que Si DO Priorat 2015
Que Si DO Priorat, Catalonia, Spain 2015  A blend of Carignan and Grenache.  Flowery aromas of Mediterranean plants such as fennel and rosemary. Carignan’s and Grenache characteristic black and red fruit appear. Notes of spices, red...
£10.00
£9.59