Las Martas Garnacha, Bodega San Gregorio, Calatayud 2019
The grenache grape, garnacha in Spanish, originates in the early middle ages in the ancient mountainous kingdom of Aragón, before migrating in the 17th century to southern France. The Bodega San Gregorios Las Martas, grown at nearly 2000 feet in the beautiful Ribota valley and made from low yield vines planted in the 1940s and picked by hand, is a great new addition to our list.
A rich example of just how very good contemporary Spanish winemaking has become.
- David Campbell, Founder of FromVineyardsDirect
Great value - best given bit of air !