Washington Post April 30, 2021

Apr 30, 2021

By Dave McIntyre – April 30, 2021

Legado del Moncayo Garnacha 2019
"Campo de Borja is known for inexpensive, delicious garnacha, a prototype juicy, fun red wine, and this gorgeous, gulpable example shows why. Unencumbered by oak, it simply tastes of fruit — think cherry, blackberry, boysenberry and plum. There must also be smiles inside, because it’s difficult to taste it without breaking into a wide one. The winery also produces a fine garnacha called Montaña from older vines that is aged in oak for several months. Alcohol by volume: 14.5 percent. Keep this Spanish red wine on your counter for easy refills — at the equivalent of under $8 a bottle"
2.5 Stars (Excellent/Extraordinary)