Bernabeleva Camino de Navaherreros 2011 Wine Review
Bernabeleva Camino de Navaherreros 2011
Wine Type: Red Wine
Reviews and Ratings
|Linda reviewed this wine as follows:|
Vineyard: A combination of estate owned fruit and purchased. All the fruit comes from the San Martin de Valdeiglesias area which is high altitude vineyards.
Orientation: Elevations from 700-900 meters.
Soil: Granitic Sand
Viticulture: practicing organic and biodynamic. Bush trained vines in very small plots.
Vinification: 25 day maceration with some whole cluster. Fermentation takes place in a combination of stainless steel, concrete and large wood vats. No fining and no filtering.
Aging: Aged in large upright old wooden vats or stainless steel.
Notes: This is a limited release wine. The new vintage tends to release the end of the summer and sell out before the end of Spring.
(all garnacha, aged in large wooden tanks): Vivid red. Fresh strawberry and raspberry aromas are brightened by notes of blood orange and white flowers. Light-bodied but concentrated red berry flavors show good bite and lift, with a mineral quality adding focus. A clean, vibrant wine that finishes with surprising power and very good length. 90 points
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