In honour of Monday’s wine (Bótijo Blanco) which was a rather nice Garnacha Blanca, here is an article from Spanishwinelover.com about the renaissance of this lovely grape variety here. GoSpain! Click on the image below to open the full article.
The first wine from the Bodegas Frontonio wine tasting at Madrid & Darracott. This white wine is made from 100% Garnacha Blanca, a grape more usually associated with heavy aged Riojan Whites, with a reputation for oily, glycerin flavours. It has been stirred on lees for 3 months. El Botijo is a limited production, micro … Continue reading Bótijo Blanco 2017
Back to our origins of Spanish wines for a bit. Back in early August I went to a wine tasting at Madrid & Darracott showcases wines from the Levante Region if Spain which encompasses the coastline of Cataluña and Valencia. There are some great white wines to be had from this region the best known … Continue reading Acústic Blanc 2016