Bernabeleva 'Camino' de Navaherreros Garnacha 2015
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"The entry-level red 2015 Camino de Navaherreros is always produced with Garnacha from organically farmed vineyards in the zone of Navaherreros in San Martín de Valdeiglesias. It fermented in stainless steel with some 45% full clusters and aged in 5,000- and 10,000-liter oak vats for nine months. This is a very serious red Garnacha for the price asked, with an herbal touch, faint phenolic twist and no oak whatsoever, as well as a ... read more
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Item ID: #23451
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Advocate 90
"The entry-level red 2015 Camino de Navaherreros is always produced with Garnacha from organically farmed vineyards in the zone of Navaherreros in San Martín de Valdeiglesias. It fermented in stainless steel with some 45% full clusters and aged in 5,000- and 10,000-liter oak vats for nine months. This is a very serious red Garnacha for the price asked, with an herbal touch, faint phenolic twist and no oak whatsoever, as well as a very balanced palate, refined tannins and the austere texture provided by the granite minerality. Very impressive."~Luis Gutierrez

"Full of spicy raspberry and cherry, with a bright rose petal accent on the nose. On the palate, racy red fruit, spice, mineral, and brisk acidity meld together into a beautiful expression of no-frills, old-vine Garnacha...year in, year out, this tiny boutique winery produces some of the most sought after Garnacha in the country. It sells out quickly, so definitely a wine to buy by the case while you have the chance!"~Distributor Notes

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Bernabeleva"Here is another exciting winery from the Rare Wine Co. portfolio! Bodega Bernabeleva is an up-and-coming, tiny, new winery located on the far western edge of the Viños de Madrid DO, within the San Martín sub-zone. The estate resides in the small village of Pelayos de la Presa, next to San Martín de Valdeiglesias, a historic town after which the sub-appellation takes its name. The producers in this small zone are careful to include "San Martin de Valdeiglesias" on their labels, to indicate and differentiate the higher level of quality found here. A quick word about Viños de Madrid DO--Created in 1990, the DO is sandwiched between La Mancha and the Spanish capital, where it forms a semicircle around the southern suburbs of Madrid. It has three sub-zones located at the southernmost periphery of the DO: Navalcarnero, Arganda, and San Martín. While much of the wine produced within the Viños de Madrid DO is comparable to the mass production of La Mancha, within these three sub-zones there grows in strength a small group of dedicated, quality-conscious producers that are slowly building a name for themselves. Bodega Bernabeleva is one of them.

The first thing worth mentioning about Bernabeleva is that this estate is practicing organic and biodynamic. They ferment their wines in large, upright old wood fermentors with long macerations and use indigenous yeasts. Their vineyards are comprised of sandy soils (decomposed granite), at elevations of 550 to over 1,000 meters. Many of their vines are over 80 years old, with a minimum vine age of 30 years. The location of their vineyards and their altitude result in wide diurnal temperature shifts, allowing for ripeness with great balance. The winemaker is a Catalan man named Marc Isart Pinos who is passionately focused on transforming the project to 100% biodynamics. Their wine rarely leaves the Madrid area, typically disappearing immediately into the city's numerous wine bars, restaurants, and of course, people's homes. Given the mere pittance of 3,300 total cases produced of Camino de Navaherreros (and a much smaller US allocation), we are truly lucky to receive this rare gem!"

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