Glou glou Garnacha.
Albahara means “small sea,” in the local dialect. This cuvée is composed of 70% Garnacha Tintorera and 30% Moravia Agria. The vines thrived 900 meters above sea level on a mixture of clay and sandy soils. After harvest, the blend was vinified on the stems and aged for eight months with extended lees contact. The resulting wine is a Garnacha that bojos and glou glou lovers alike will fall hard for! Plenty of crunchy berry goodness that natty wine fans know and love.
- Envinate is a unicorn producer helmed by Laura Ramos, Jose Martínez, Roberto Santana, and Alfonso Torrente.
- Their purpose is simple: to express the ancient terruños of the Ribeira Sacra and the Canary Islands.
- Envinate translates to, “wine yourself.”
- The wine was bottled with a small addition of sulfur.
- Cherry blossom festivals of all kinds.
- Bacon wrapped prosciutto.
- Serving this with a slight chill.