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  • Uvas de la Ira 2016
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    Daniel Gómez Jiménez Landi

    Uvas de la Ira 2016

    $504.00

    $42.00 per bottle | $504.00 case of 12

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    Las Uvas de la Ira is made with maximum avoidance of any aggressive procedure, therefore undergoing gentle but long macerations, with 100% stalks, utilizing indigenous yeasts and large volume containers.

    The wine is matured for 10 months in 2000 or 3000-litre large French oak casks.

    Dark cherry coloured, this is a wine of low density with an abundance of tears yet without any tinging of the glass. With an elegant nose, it is serious and profound, fresh and very fruit-driven, with spicy hints of pepper, mineral and faintly balsamic.

    Superb acidity dances on the palate, with less fruit intensity than on the nose, Medium weight in structure and body, it is a tremendously easy to drink Garnacha.

    Alcohol: 14%

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  • Las Iruelas 2015
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    Daniel Gómez Jiménez Landi

    Las Iruelas 2015

    $112.00

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    Las Iruelas is a muscular Garnacha from a plot of 60+ year old, head-pruned vines planted at an elevation of over 1000 meters above sea level. A mixed and sandy terroir of granite, slate, schist and quartz with patches of clay, this is the most complex soil that Dani Landi works in the Sierra de Gredos.

    Hand harvested, the whole cluster grapes undergo natural yeast fermentation in open vats. The wine is then aged for 16 months in 500 litre French oak barrels.

    With beguiling floral aromas that are more reminiscent of the Northern Rhône than the other bottlings from Dani, Comando G or Marañones, Las Iruelas shares the same delicate fruit and delineated mineral structure characteristic of the Gredos, but pitched deeper and more somber.

    Alcohol: 14.5%

    Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate 96

     

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  • El Reventon 2015
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    Daniel Gómez Jiménez Landi

    El Reventon 2015

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    The Garnacha here is sourced from a tiny, 1 hectare vineyard near the village of Cerebros in the Sierra de Gredos, but outside the Méntrida D.O. The vineyards are planted on slate soils, with quartz and red clay, at 950 metres above sea level. The vine ages are approximately 70 years. On this particular plot, the climate is Mediterranean with continental influences.

    This is a superb example of Dani's drive to deliver Garnacha’s potential to make very fine wines and is one of the jewels in Cosecha’s portfolio.

    The grapes are hand-harvested. Whole clusters undergo natural yeast fermentation in open-top oak vats with gentle extraction and a
    total of 60 days of maceration. The wine is then aged for 14
    months in 1,500 litre oak foudres and one French oak barrel. The wine
    not filtered, fined or stabilized.

    Very intense aromatics, incredible freshness, and nervous acidity.

    On the nose, you'll discover pure and bright red berry fruit, with
    delicate floral notes and peppery spices. The palate is greeted with a delicate, yet expressive, and incredibly fresh bouquet of fruit and delightful spice. It continues with an elegant, long and persistent finish.

    Alcohol: 14.5%

    Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate 95

     

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  • Lousas Vina de Aldea 2017
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    Envinate

    Lousas Vina de Aldea 2017

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    Lousas is the name for the type of slate soil that predominates in the Ribeira do Sil and Amandi sub zones of Ribeira Sacra. The slate serves a great purpose, heating up during the daytime sun, helping the grapes ripen, and also imparting minerality and intensely floral and spicy aromatics that are the trademarks of Ribeira Sacra wines.

    Aldea means “village” in Galician dialect. It’s Envínate’s goal to produce single parcel, as well, as village wines in each region they work. This particular wine is a blend of different parcels of Mencia, at least 60 years of age, planted between 400-600 meters of elevation.

    Fermented with wild yeasts in open top tubs, the wine is then raised in old 300 and 400 litre French oak for 11 months with no racking. No SO2 is added until bottling, and neither stabilization nor filtration are employed.

    One of the finest exponents of the Ribeira Sacra, the wine has a lovely crimson colour. In the mouth, the red fruit smells very pure, with bright cherry. This sweet fruit flavour is balanced by chalky tannins and fresh acidity. This wine has lots of life and complexity.

    Alcohol: 12.5%

     

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  • Taganan Tinto 2017
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    Taganan Tinto 2017

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    Like the Blanco, this wine is made from many different red grape varieties native to the Canary Islands. They include Listan Negro, Listan Gaucho and Malvasia Negro. The parcels are very old and planted in between 75-300 meters of elevation right on the Atlantic Ocean. Like the Blanco, the vineyards are farmed by the same 15 different families and Envínate.

    The wine is wild yeast fermented with 30% whole grape clusters in open plastic tubs and concrete tanks. It is then raised in small tanks, then aged in 225 and 500 litre barrels for around 8 months.

    This is a fresh and aromatic red, with notes of spice, smoky minerals, and dark fruits. Bright acid, pepper and notes of dry-aged meat mingle in the mouth, leading to a long, satisfying finish.

    Alcohol: 13%

     

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  • Albahra 2018
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    Albahra 2018

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    Albahra comes from a single vineyard that is divided into 3 parcels at 800 meters elevation in the Almansa region, around the town of Albacete. Almansa is located at the southeastern tip of Castilla-La Mancha. The Mediterranean-Continental climate results in wines of consistency: warm days, with a touch of humidity from the Mediterranean, give way to cool nights.

    Garnacha Tintorera, also known as Alicante Bouschet, is the primary grape in Albahra. It is a hybrid of the Garnacha and Petit Bouschet grapes. It is one of the few red grapes with dark coloured flesh, hence the name Tintorera, or
    “tinted.”

    Fermented and aged in concrete, the 30 year old vines impart a dark colour. Earthy fresh, blackberry, cherry and dusty-plum fruits mingle with peppery spice, anise and hints of minerality.

    Medium weight with pronounced acidity, Albahra is a stellar example of this up and coming D.O.

    Alcohol: 14%

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  • Lousas Seoane 2017
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    Lousas Seoane 2017

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    Seoane is a single parcel located in the Doade area of the Amandi subzone, with pure slate soil. The vineyard faces southwest, and the Mencia vines are at least 80 years of age.

    This site yields wines that are upfront and very Atlantic.

    The grapes were foot-trodden with 100% whole grape clusters, wild yeast fermented in open-top bins, and raised for 11 months in older 500L French barrels without racking. At bottling, a touch of SO2 is added, but there is no fining or filtration.

    This is a classic example of Ribeira Sacra wine, yet with extra dimension.

    Bright. Silky structure. Superb!

    Alcohol: 13%

     

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  • Taganan Margalagua 2017
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    Taganan Margalagua 2017

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    Margalagua, or “Mother of the Water”, is the name of a small single parcel organically farmed by viticultor José Angel Alonso and Envinaté. This treacherously steep vineyard sits in between 150-250 meters elevation just above the Atlantic Ocean, on the north side of Tenerife.

    As was tradition with the very old vineyards on Tenerife, Margalagua is mix planted with a number of different indigenous grape varieties, including Listan Negro, Listan Prieto, Baboso, Negramoll and Malvasia Negra. The vines are at least 100 years old, untrained (they grow wild on the ground), and planted on their roots, as is typical of the phylloxera-free Canary Islands.

    The grapes were fermented in old 500 liter barrels with the whole clusters included, and then raised in neutral 500 litre French oak barrels for 11 months. At bottling a touch of SO2 is added, but there is no fining or filtration.

    Parcela Margalagua is nothing short of profound.

    There is more depth and complexity than in the village red... a tantalizing mixture of pepper and stones, pungent aromatics, with wonderful deep umami notes, high-toned citrus, spice and flowers.

    The wine constantly changes in the glass, showing great elegance. With a seductive, silky texture, Margalagua delivers great acidity and length. It ends with a strong stony sensation and salty marine notes.

    Alcohol: 13% 

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  • Taganan Blanco 2017
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    Taganan Blanco 2017

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    This cuvee is made from many different white grape varieties native to the Canary Islands, some of them unidentified, but include Listan Blanco, Albillo Criollo, Marmajuelo, Gual, and Malvasia. The parcels are very old, located between 75-300 meters of elevation right on the Atlantic Ocean. The vines are farmed by 15 different families and Envínate.

    The viticulture in the Taganan area of Tenerife is very old-fashioned: the vines grow untrained, the soil is worked by hand, and no chemicals are used. The wine is fermented with wild yeasts by parcel, with some parcels getting a bit of skin contact, and then raised on the lees in steel vats and barrels for around 8 months.

    This is an intense vino blanco with lots of personality and notes of nuts, smoke, and sea salt.

    Alcohol: 13%

     

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  • Lousas Camino Novo 2017
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    Lousas Camino Novo 2017

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    Camino Novo is a blend of 85% Mencía and 15% Alicante Bouschet from 70 year-old vines in a south-east facing single parcel located in Amandi, at 430 meters elevation. The grapes are foot-stomped and fermented with whole-clusters in a small open vat, with daily pigeage.

    The wine is then aged for 12 months in 500-litre neutral French oak barrels. At bottling a touch of SO2 is added, but there is no fining or filtration.

    Tiny quantities are made.

    Like the other Lousas wines, it is marked by extreme purity, lifted aromatics and delicious savouriness.

    Initial tightness gives way an ethereal, very focused wine, with great mineral depth. There are exotic floral notes, herbs and a delicious, mouth-feel that makes this Mencía wine so intriguing.

    Alcohol: 13% 

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  • Lomba Dos Ares
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    Fedellos Do Couto

    Lomba Dos Ares

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    This wine is sourced from an old vineyard on the slopes of the Bibei river, at 750 metres above sea level and planted with a variety of Galician grapes.

    A wine that captures the essence of Ribeira Sacra: a lifted, perfumed nose and plenty of freshness and finesse on the palate.

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  • Cortezada 2016
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    Fedellos Do Couto

    Cortezada 2016

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    The grapes for this wine come from a single vineyard above Sil river.

    A subtle, elegant version of Mencia that is floral and refined. A little peppery, dark cherries, plums, undergrowth and tobacco leaf on the nose.

    On tasting velvety, juicy fruit, sunny warm flavours with bright acidity.

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  • Conasbrancas 2016
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    Fedellos Do Couto

    Conasbrancas 2016

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    Fedellos’ only white wine is a co-fermented field blend of native varieties from the same vineyard as Lomba dos Ares. The name is a play on Galician language, meaning “Con as brancas”, or “with the whites”. There’s also another joke in there, but it’s less polite so you’ll have to ask the Fedellos personally!

    The nose is saline, with a little spice and hints of pollen and beeswax, while the palate is marked by vibrant acidity and plenty of minerality.

    Easygoing but not underpowered.

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  • Cobero Tinto 2014
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    Cobero Tinto 2014

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    This unusual wine is comprised of 80% Mencía and 20% Palomino, a vineyard mix often found in the Cantabria region of northern Spain. The vines are at least 80 years old and planted in broken slate soils.

    The red and white grapes were co-fermented with wild yeasts in steel vats, It was then raised for 12 months in old French oak barrels without any SO2.

    The result is an aromatic wine, ruby in colour, with formidable structure. It's like Morgon meets Barolo!

    The nose is greeted with floral aromatics. In the mouth, mineral elements linger with very fine tannins and vibrant acidity. Bright, delicious fruit and delicately salty notes are perfectly balanced by the lacy, yet firm structure.

    This wine is elegance in a glass.

    Alcohol: 13.5%

     

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  • Finca L'Argata 2016
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    Joan d'Anguera

    Finca L'Argata 2016

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    The Finca L’Argatà 2016 is made from 85% Garnatxa and 15% Syrah, fermented in concrete, then aged in old oak barrels. The old vine Garnatxa in the 2016 vintage has a higher level of refinement than previous vintages, as the brothers continue to develop their approach to winemaking.

    Bright ruby-red, the Finca l’Argata offers aromas and flavours of ripe dark berries and cherry, liquorice and smoky herbs.

    Fleshy and broad on entry, then tighter in the middle, the Finca l’Argata tastes of sweet cherry compote, blackberry, with a touch of bitter chocolate. Dusty tannins help shape the long, floral and spice-accented finish.

    Alcohol: 14% 

    94 Points Robert Parker

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  • Planella 2016
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    Planella 2016

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    Planella is comprised of a blend of 50% Carignan, 45% Syrah and 5% Garnatxa sourced from 15 to 50 year old vines growing in the stony, calcareous soils of Finca Planella vineyard’s north-facing slopes.

    Concrete fermentation is followed by 12 months of aging in old oak barrels. As with Joan d'Anguera’s other wines, the Planella is naturally cold stabilized by the winter’’s chill and bottled unfiltered.

    Bright violet in colour, the 2013 vintage is truly Mediterranean in its profile. The fragrant nose expresses notes of strawberries and flowers with touches of fennel. On the palate, fresh red berries, Asian spices and anise are balanced with good minerality and acidity.

    Bright and youthfully, the impressive finish provides lingering spiciness.This wine will put on weight with a few more years of bottle age but holds plenty of appeal for those who can’t wait.

    Alcohol: 14%

     

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  • Finca el Peruco 2012
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    Finca el Peruco 2012

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    Finca el Peruco is made with 85% Tempranillo and 15% Albillo. The vineyard is at an altitude of over 900 metres, making it one of the highest spots in the Ribera del Duero. The vines grow in chalky, calcareous soil.

    Harvested very early, the grapes are hand-picked into small boxes. The grapes were de-stemmed and then macerated in the cold. The must was fermented with native yeasts in old oak barrels for 3 weeks. It was then raised in similar French oak barrels for 16 months, without any addition of sulfur.

    The nose is complex, slightly reduced with fleshy aromas.

    In the mouth, it is light and mineral with saline notes. The wine has very good acidity that makes it refreshing. As time goes by, the wine opens up towards mature notes that reflect aging in wood.

    This is a very special red, containing white grapes, that give it a unique personality. Utterly delicious!

     

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  • Altaroses 2017
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    Joan d'Anguera

    Altaroses 2017

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    "Roses" says it all!

    The Altaroses was Joan d'Anguera's first certified bio-dynamic and organic wine.

    The Garnatxa grapes, grown in limestone and clay soils. The malolactic fermentation takes place in concrete vats using indigenous yeasts. Aged for 12 months in old oak, the wine in naturally cold stabilized by the winter’s chill, then bottled unfined and unfiltered.

    The nose is that of fresh, wild strawberries, garrigue and toasted spices. Very expressive, it has mouth-watering acidity and soft, ripe red fruits coming through on the finish. Possessing an excellent balanced structure, there is a lively interplay of acidity, tannin, fruit and alcohol.

    This is an “easy” wine to consume but maybe not so easy to understand and in a blind tasting you’ll swear it wasn’t from the Montsant!

    Alcohol: 14%

     

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  • Joan d'Anguera 2016
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    Joan d'Anguera 2016

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    Made from Garnatxa, with small amounts of Carignan and Syrah added to the blend, the wine is fermented with native yeasts and left un-oaked.

    It offers up an alluring perfume of earthy minerals, spice box, and ripe black cherries. Sweetly fruited, smooth-textured, and plush on the palate, it will provide considerable pleasure now, or can be enjoyed over the next 5-6 years.

    Joan d’Anguera’s entry-level offering, this highly quaffable wine is an excellent value.

    Alcohol: 13.5%

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    Negre Franc 2014

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    Cabernet Franc (65%), Cabernet Sauvignon (24%) and Sumoll (10%) varietals come from the vineyards that best reflect the terroir of the property.

    Free of herbicides, pesticides or other chemicals, the hand-picked grapes are subjected to a variety of vinification techniques to bring out their singular qualities, as does the 12 months of aging in French oak.

    The result is a gorgeous reflection of the best of Penedès.

    Rich ruby in colour, the wine has abundant, fine legs. The nose is serious and intensely fragrance, showing a balsamic background, with aromas of black pepper, fresh plums and hints of candied oranges and pencil lead. In the mouth, the wine seduces and expands, providing plenty of fleshy, black fruit. The persistent tannins give way to a long, elegant finish.

    Alcohol 15%

    Luis Gutierrez, The Wine Advocate 91

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