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Dominio do Bibei is a project based in the Bibei valley in D.O. Ribeira Sacra, near the village of Manzaneda in northwest Spain. The vines are located on terraced clay and slate vineyards, biodynamically farmed, and the wine vinified in concrete eggs and variously sized, used oak barrels and foudres. Since the primary grape, Mencia (tiny quantities of Mouraton and Garnacha Tintorera are blended in), tends naturally towards reduction, this style of winemaking seems to make perfect sense to create balanced, elegant wines. Organically cultivated fruit on ...
Price: $27.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I tasted two vintages of the Salanques, and the 2017 Salanques feels riper and darker than the 2016, with notes of graphite and earth. It was one of the earliest harvests ever, but the old vines (this comes from plants averaging no less than 70 years of age) still managed to deliver a balanced crop. It's powerful but has very fine tannins, a velvety texture and a very pleasant mouthfeel. (LG)" (08/2019)
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Lanzaga comes from a harvest marked by the killer frost (-5 degrees Celsius) of April 27th and 28th, but the higher-altitude vines from the village of Lanciego escaped the disaster. This is a blend from their 15 to 20 hectares of organically farmed vines, all head-pruned on slopes rich in clay and limestone, mixing red and white soils, places with more sandstone, others with more marl, looking for complexity. It fermented in 6,000-liter concrete vats with indigenous yeasts and matured in 1,500- and 2,500...
Price: $39.99

Located in the town of La Horra, part of the municipality of Burgos and one of the prime areas for growing Tinto fino grapes in Ribera del Duero, Viña Sastre is a serious producer and recognized throughout Spain and abroad as being amongst the elite producers of the D.O. The Sastre family owns many vineyards around La Horra and Roa. All are goblet trained and none of them have had chemical fertilizers or pesticides used on them since 1992. They farm organically and use biodynamic principles. The Reserva is 100% Tempranillo, which is hand harvested, it ...
Price: $42.99

94 points James Suckling: "Lovely, succulent red with juicy berries and plums, together with some chocolate, spice, walnut and cedar. It’s medium-bodied with round tannins and a flavorful finish. Touch of dried fruit in the center palate. A pretty combination of savory and fresh-fruit character. Some orange peel as well. A baby Prado Enea. Drink now." (10/2020) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The red 2017 Reserva, which is sold as Crianza in Spain, is their most popular wine, representing half of the total production of the firm. As is the no...
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2017 Marqués de Murrieta "Finca Ygay" Reserva Rioja
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Though one of the oldest Rioja bodegas, dating back to the mid-19th century, Marqués de Murrieta is not resting on its laurels. They continue to produce excellent wines that are big hits with their customers and critics alike. They farm all their own grapes on their large, contiguous vineyard just outside of Logroño, which boasts old vines, a variety of soils from chalky clay to very stony parcels, and a climate that particularly favors not only Tempranillo but some of the region's finest Mazuelo.
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