The regular 2017 Jarrarte—produced with Tempranillo and matured in used oak barrels for 12 months—should not be confused with the younger and unoaked Maceración Carbónica. 2017 was super challenging and early, and the wine shows some development, seeming a little more oxidative than normal. The palate is a little dusty with some tannins that would welcome food. It's ripe and has mellow acidity. A Jarrarte for the short-term consumption. 10,786 bottles produced. It was bottled in May 2018.
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