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Ca' di MatAndrinal
Garnacha from Gredos, Spain
Garnacha from Andrinal – a paraje, or lieu-dit – at 850 meters high. The granite here is pink/red, less porous. The wine is also made with a long, soft maceration, on whole-clusters. Aged for one year in concrete and used French oak. There is more depth here, and tension in the palate, and the...
ZorzalCorral de los Altos
Garnacha from Navarra, Spain
From the northernmost parcel of a single vineyard in Fitero, a rocky site located on the top of a high plateau where the “Cierzo” wind takes a key role. It is 2 hectares planted with 45 year old Garnacha. Grapes are picked early, the wine ferments from native yeasts spontaneously in 2000-liter...
Ca' di MatFuente de los Huertos
Garnacha from Gredos, Spain
Garnacha from a single parcel planted 800 meters high on shallow and granitic soil rich in quartz. The vineyard has northwest exposure. The wine is macerated very softly for sixty days, with whole-clusters, and ages for a year in used French oak. Light and slightly savory, the wine has aromas of...
Garnacha from Navarra, Spain
The fruit from this bottle comes from different plots in the Fitero village. Spontaneous fermentation in tank.
Sierra de ToloñoGarnacha de Altura
Garnacha from Rioja, Spain
The second release of this wine from Sandra which shows a real increase of quality from the last vintage (not to say the previous vintage wasn't also spectacular). Vines are planted 700 meters altitude, which is relaitvely high for the region on an organicly farmed vineyard. In the Rivas de Tereso...
Thee And ThouGarnacha Rosé Lodi
Garnacha from California, United States
Appellation: Clements Hills, Lodi. Located in the southeast of the Lodi AVA, Clements Hills is an area of gently rolling hills halfway between the flat valley floor of Lodi proper and the more mountainous Sierra Foothills. Vines were planted 2007 on volcanic clay loam soils and farmed Lodi Rules...
SedellaLaderas de Sedella Anfora
Garnacha from Sierras de Malaga, Spain
Lauren’s amphora-aged wine is a blend of Romé Tinto, Garnacha, and Jaén, grown on slate, on very poor soils. Fermented with native yeasts in French oak eggs; aged one year in cement amphora. Sulfur is used only at bottling, and there is no fining or filtration.  Final sulfur level: 29 ppm...
ZorzalMalayeto Garnacha
Garnacha from Navarra, Spain
100% Garnacha sourced from a single vineyard with stony soils in Fitero; average vine age is 35 years. This site is located at an elevation of 520m. Spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts in large wooden vats; aged 9 months in 225L used French oak.
Garnacha from Navarra, Spain
Bush-vine Garnacha, harvested by hand and produced in the saignée method. Exuberant red fruit tones are checked by a corset of acidity that makes this the perfect companion to all-things-grilled.
SedellaSedella (Green Label)
Garnacha from Sierras de Malaga, Spain
This tiny production wine comes from the vineyard “Las Viñuelas de la Axarquía”  in Sierras de Málaga Denominación Origen. The soil is composed of a type of slate called Gorge. Very eroded, grey shale with low organic content; extremely loose and rocky, the water drains quickly from the surface to...
Ca' di MatValautin Garnacha
Garnacha from Gredos, Spain
The village Garnacha comes from multiple micro-vineyards planted around the village of Valdeiglesias on top of shallow soils of decomposed granite. The wine is made from a very long and soft maceration, with whole-clusters and aged half in concrete and half in used French barrels.