This is a delicious Garnacha (95%) and may be the best value I’ve seen this year. It suggests a new direction for Rioja. Aromas of
I am a card-carrying member of the “wine faults can be interesting” club. I’m not put off by a bit of volatile acidity or brett.
I’m revisiting an old friend here. One of the more satisfying budget wines available, but it’s been a few vintages since I last wrote about
Bodegas Breca is noted for their old vine vineyards in the mountains of Southern Catalyud from which they’ve produced impressive, affordable Garnacha since 2010. Unlike
Loaded with rustic vitality, aromas of baking spices, dried herbs, and damp leaves envelop ripe, red plum and blueberry. Medium grain tannins and bright acidity
As usual, Spain comes through with great bargains. This Garnacha is made from 60-80 year old vines perched 3000 feet above sea level and dry-farmed