I used to have an active nightlife on the weekend, without fail! Nowadays, I don't go to clubs a whole lot anymore like before (go out by 10 pm every Saturday night and would stay out till the wee hours of the morning), but just on occasion here and there.
As I grew older, things changed, little by little that I hardly notice. I found myself sitting at home on a Saturday night or spent the day fattening myself up. However, that does not mean that my life is completely boring and I should just stay at home punching myself in the face. Once in a while, I enjoy a relaxed evening out with exquisite food and a wide selection of good wines to enhance my taste buds. A great meal can become a fantastic meal if you have the right wine to drink with it!
I was told that Bajo Aragon wines are produced mostly from red and white Grenache, in most instances from centennial wines, with low yield but very high alcohol and tannins. Their Grenache whites are quite powerful, ideal for a fish casserole or a white meat dish. They are strong and full bodied; especially those which have been barrel fermented for a short period, creating an intense flavor of fruits with a very interesting border of oak.
The reds are rich, full of red berries and with long after taste. Excellent with casseroles, stews and all types of red meats. Ventus's wild berry and cinnamon aroma make it a delightful wine for everyday enjoyment!