Spain

Madrid-Gredos

Variety

 

2018       La Bruja de Las Rozas, GV: Garnacha (old and wild bush vines at altitude of 900m); A: 5 month in                          500L French oak barrels                    

2016/17   Rozas Premier, GV: Garnacha (selection of the best plots around the village of Rozas)

2016       Tumba del Rey Moro, GV: Garnacha (single plot)     

2016       Las Umbrias, GV: Garnacha (0.5 hectare plot named “Umbrias” at altitude of 1000 m); A: 12 months in                     French oak barrels of 500l

2016       Rumbo al Norte, GV: Garnacha (60 years old, grown at altitude of 1200m); A: 12 months in a 600L                           French oak barrels

 

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Garnacha de Gredos, continental mountain wine 

This is a personal project of two friends: Daniel Gómez (Bodegas Jiménez – Landi), Fernando García (Bodega Marañones) with the sole purpose of making the best Garnacha and trying to capture the terroir in every wine. There are 3 hectares of vineyards which are tended using organic and biodynamic principles.
An important characteristic of their vineyards is the altitude. They operate the highest vineyards in the DO Vinos de Madrid, which are between 900 and 1000 metres high. They search for balance and optimal maturity, trying to make wines with freshness and elegance. 

 

>>COMANDO G, DO VINOS DE MADRID, GARNACHA FROM SIERRA DE GREDOS, biodynamic
Variety

 

2016            Las Uvas de La Ira Red, GV: 100% Garnacha

2014/15/16    Las Iruelas, GV: 100% Garnacha

2011/13/15    Cantos del Diablo, GV: 100% Garnacha

2011/13/15    El Reventón, GV: 100% Garnacha

 

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>>DANIEL LANDI, DO MENTRIDA, GARNACHA FROM SIERRA DE GREDOS, biodynamic
 

Garnacha de Gredos, continental climate, mountain wine 

After making his name with Bodegas Jiménez Landi, Dani has set out on his own taking with him a couple of the very best old vine Garnacha plots in Spain and arranging to make a new wine, Uvas de la Ira (the Grapes of Wrath), which is his new “village” wine. A combination of whole bunch, large old oak barrels, and minimal extraction from pressing produce a beautiful and elegant wine. The wine from the vineyard The End is now called Cantos del Diablo, a tiny parcel of mountain Garnacha producing a wine of incredible purity. El Reventón, Dani’s most  acclaimed  and sought after wine, is considered as one of the world’s best Garnachas. Uvas de la Ira Blanco is a tiny production Albillo, barrel-fermented richly textured and delicious. 

Variety

 

2016   La Maldicion, GV: Tempranillo, Malvar (old vines)

2018   La Maldicion, Clarete, GV:  Malvar, Tempranillo

2017   La Maldicion Malvar de la Olla, GV: Malvar, Skin contact 

 

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>>MARC ISART, DO VINOS DE MADRID 

This new project, La Maldición (‘The Curse’) is based in South-East Madrid, in the Arganda del Rey sub-zone, it involves mostly Tempranillo for the red wine and Malvar for the whites. The soil is sedimentary calcareous and gypsiferous in some parts, with clayey texture. The climate is continental, with extreme summer and winter temperatures. The old tempranillo vines are grown in Valdelicha at an altitude of 780 metres above sea level whereas Malvar and Airen come from Belmonte at 733 metres. Both areas are rough due to its abundant cliffs and canyons, with a large concentration of chalky rock in the vineyards. The fundamental idea is to encapsulate in the wines the landscape and the people who live and work in this land. The intention is to make easy-to-drink wines, to enjoy with meals and which encourage people to appreciate the pleasures of food and wine.

 

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