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Viñedos Bernabeleva Garnacha de Viña Bonita San Martin de Valdeiglesias 2018  - First Bottle


96 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate -
I believe the inherent elegance and balance of the vineyard helped to make the 2018 Garnacha de Viña Bonita feel more harmonious after the incipient bottling compared to the rest of the single vineyards from 2018. The palate reveals very fine-grained tannins, focused and pure flavors and a long, lingering finish. This reminds me of the 2016, a more complete version of it, with the stuffing for a long life in bottle. I think this should be phenomenal with a couple of years of bottle aging. 2,000 bottles were filled in February 2020.

Technical Details

  • BlendGrenache
  • CountrySpain
  • RegionMadrid
  • AppellationGredos
  • OakFrench oak barrels
  • Alcohol15%

Viñedos Bernabeleva Garnacha de Viña Bonita San Martin de Valdeiglesias 2018

Grenache  |  Spain

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A big hitter from Gredos, Spain. Grenache that will keep your senses tingling with every sip. Be sure not to miss!

About the Producer

Viñedos Bernabeleva winery's history unfolds like a captivating novella set amidst the rolling hills of Spain. With roots tracing back to a bygone era, the winery's tale commences as a heartfelt ode to the land and its bountiful vineyards. Established by visionary vintners with an unwavering passion for both tradition and innovation, Viñedos Bernabeleva embarked on a journey to craft wines that would capture the essence of the terroir and the spirit of the people who tended to it. Through trials and triumphs, the winery's evolution mirrors the changing seasons, each vintage a testament to the dedication and expertise that have been meticulously passed down through generations. A harmonious blend of heritage and modernity, Viñedos Bernabeleva's story is a symphony of flavors and a celebration of the artistry that transforms grapes into liquid poetry, inviting enthusiasts to raise their glasses to the past, present, and the boundless future of exceptional winemaking.