Red Wine Spain
Bodegas Ego Goru Verde - Goru Organic from Jumilla
What Makes This Wine Popular?
This wine is a true showstopper! Made from organic grapes grown in Jumilla, Spain, Bodegas Ego Goru Verde - Goru Organic has an intense and complex flavor profile that captivates the senses. On the nose, you'll find aromas of ripe red fruits like cherries and plums, along with hints of herbs and spices. The palate is full-bodied and smooth with a velvety finish that lingers on the tongue. It's no wonder why this wine is so popular; it's truly an unforgettable experience!
A Little Trivia
Bodegas Ego Goru Verde is a unique winery in Jumilla, Spain, as it was founded by two brothers who took their love of wine to the extreme - they each had one brother living in different continents and would travel back and forth to collaborate on their winemaking project. The funny thing about the winery is that their wines' labels feature the faces of both brothers!
History of This Wine
Bodegas Ego Goru Verde is a winery located in Jumilla, Spain. The winery was founded in 2006 by the brothers Juan and José Luis García, who have been producing wines since the early 1990s. The winery specializes in organic wines made from Monastrell grapes grown on their own vineyards.
The first vintage of Bodegas Ego Goru Verde was released in 2007 and has since become one of the most popular organic wines from Jumilla. The wine is made with 100% Monastrell grapes that are hand-harvested and fermented with natural yeasts. It is then aged for 12 months in French oak barrels before being bottled without filtration or clarification.
Notable vintages include 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2017. In 2017, Bodegas Ego Goru Verde received a Gold Medal at the International Wine Challenge for its 2015 vintage. This award helped to further establish the winery's reputation as one of the leading producers of organic wines from Jumilla.
What To Serve With This Wine?
This wine is a great accompaniment to many different dishes. It pairs well with grilled vegetables, roasted meats, and white fish. It also goes well with salads and light pastas. For cheese pairings, it works nicely with milder cheeses such as goat or feta. To top off the meal, this wine pairs wonderfully with fresh fruit desserts.