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How Good is Terra Remota ‘Tan Pure’ Natural Pink?

Wine Assessment of 2017 Terra Remota ‘Tan Pure’ Cuvee, Natural Garnatxa Negra – Tempranillo from Empordà, Spain

Rating: 86+/100

The ‘Tan Pure’ cuvée by natural producers Emma & Marc Bournazeau at their Terra Remota vineyard within the D.O. Empordà (denomination of origin) in North-Japanese Spain, is a mix of 75% Garnacha tinta (Grenache) with 25% Tempranillo grown utilizing natural viticulture.

It was macerated for Three weeks round fermentation in tanks and extracted with every day pigeages (punch downs). The annual manufacturing of this cuvée is round 9,000 bottles.

The vineyard describes as a chic “pure fashion” natural wine.

Tasting Notes

With a shiny crimson colour crammed with purple hues, betraying its younger age, this Spanish crimson throws intense aromas of crimson spicy and peppery crimson cherry to the nostril. Recent raspberry and blackberry, and diverse wooden berry aromas are combined with cinnamon and nutmeg, tomato leaf and pomegranate for a light-hearted fragrant profile. It seems to be and smells extra vigorous than ripe and darkish.

The palate encompasses a good acidity underlining the vibrancy of the berry fruit flavors, whereas white pepper and clove spice present a bit of depth. Fairly light-bodied for a Spanish Grenache-based wine, it lets itself be sipped simply and enjoyably, mixing fruits and vegetable flavors.


A lightweight-hearted and comparatively easy wine for pairing with summery barbecues and attractive Mediterranean dishes and tapas.

Get pleasure from 🙂

Julien Miquel

Terra Remota Tan Pure Label Pictures

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