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.
This is a curve ball from the high plains north of Madrid. The first impression is a provocative whiff of herbaceousness—tarragon, with red plum and
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
Ego Bodegas is a relatively new winery founded in 2011, with few resources but a burning desire to make money. Their marketing story is refreshingly
Trepat is a relatively obscure grape grown primarily in Northeastern Spain and used in blends and for making rosado and Cava sparkling wine. But in
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