Spanish Mixed Case - Bobal & Las Martas
In this mixed case you will receive six bottles each of the following two wines;
Las Martas Garnacha, Bodega San Gregorio, Calatayud 2020
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. Bodegas San Gregorio have just released the 2020 vintage of Las Martas, grown at nearly 2000 feet in the beautiful Ribota valley and made from low yield vines planted in the 1940’s and picked by hand - a great addition to our list in the last year. A rich example of just how very good contemporary Spanish winemaking has become.
Bobal, Vega Moragona, Vinas de Casas de Haro,
Ribera del Júcar 2019
Bobal's name comes from the Latin 'Bovale' meaning bull's head in reference to the tightly bunched clusters of grapes it produces. Great levels of acidity, deep and dark in colour, excellent structure and intense black cherry flavour make this an immensely pleasurable wine. Vega Moragona was founded in 1958 by 60 local growers. Its cooler climate lends itself to wines of higher quality than those produced in neighboring La Mancha, the primary reason for splitting from the older designation.