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Bernabeleva Vinos de Madrid Navaherreros Garnacha 2017-Red Wine-World Wine
Bernabeleva Vinos de Madrid Navaherreros Garnacha 2017
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$44.99
Bernabeleva Cantocuerdas Albillo 2016-White Wine-World Wine
Bernabeleva Cantocuerdas Albillo 2016
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Robert Parker/Wine Advocate – It wants to show the character of Albillo Real in the village of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, where the old organically farmed vines from three different plots are located. The soils are granite-based. The three different vineyards were fermented separately with different maceration times, one of them with the full clusters. It then aged in used oak barrels for some nine months. One-third of the wine had contact with the skins, but today the nose was more reductive in a flinty, struck match way, with some lees. The palate revealed very good balance, with very fine tannins. Winemaker Marc Isart told me they are finally getting to understand Albillo, which behaves better in warmer years. I like the seriousness of this Albillo very much.

$52.99
Bernabeleva Navaherreros Blanco 2016-White Wine-World Wine
Bernabeleva Navaherreros Blanco 2016
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$39.99
Bernabeleva Cantocuerdas Moscatel 2012-White Wine-World Wine
Bernabeleva Cantocuerdas Moscatel 2012
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$49.99
Bernabeleva Arroyo del Tortolas Tinto 2012-Red Wine-World Wine
Bernabeleva Arroyo del Tortolas Tinto 2012
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World Wine – The 2012 Arroyo del Tórtolas is one of their single-vineyard reds, in this case it's a north facing-slope of 1.25 hectares, planted with 2,200 plants per hectare that are 65 years old. The soil is quite thin and poor, rich in granite. Fermentation is carried out in oak tinas (vats), with stems, but on a higher or lower proportion depending on the vintage, and foot trodden. Malolactic fermentation is in used barriques of different sizes (from 225 to 600 liters) made of French oak where the wine ages for one year. This is the plot of vines that gets more complete ripeness, the nose is very sharp and focused, with notes of good ripeness, some pine cone traces, red berries, flowers and dry herbs. The palate is really supple, straight, vertical, with very good acidity (this is harvested earlier than other plots, as the grapes ripen earlier which somehow provides for better acidity) with fine, velvety and elegant tannins. This is a great expression of Garnacha and, even though it's not cheap, it still represents good value. Bravo! 94 points, Luis Gutierrez, eRobertParker.com #215

$67.99