Photographer Claes Bech-Poulsen recommends the 2007 AN/2

The 2007 AN/2 is produced on the Mallorcian grapes Callet, Mantonegre and Fogoneu with a little bit of Syrah. The wine has lots of fruits with hints of herbs and red berries.

The 2007 AN/2 is produced on the Mallorcian grapes Callet, Mantonegre and Fogoneu with a little bit of Syrah. The wine has lots of fruits with hints of herbs and red berries.

TREAT OF THE SEASON – WINTER
2007 AN/2 – BODEGAS AN NEGRA

Claes Bech-Poulsen, our photographer, recommends the 2007 AN/2 from Bodegas An Negra on the Spanish island Mallorca – the vineyard is considered one of the best in Spain.
The AN/2 is produced on the local grapes Callet, Mantonegre and Fogoneu with little bit of Syrah. The wine is matured for 12 months in oak casks and has lots of fruits with hints of herbs and red berries.

Claes Bech-Poulsen is a regular guest af Avenue Hotel, and you can enjoy his atmospheric photographs on our walls or in our gallery on this website.

Price:
DKK 370 per bottle
DKK 65 per glass

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See photographer Claes Bech-Poulsen’s custom-made wallpaper in our SHOP 24/7,  and find more information about the 2007 AN/2 from Bodegas An Negra at Theis Vine.
Or chill with a glass of the 2007 AN/2 from Bodegas An Negra in the lounge at Avenue Hotel.

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