Navarra, Spain

Bodegas y Viñedos Artazu

Santa Cruz de Artazu Navarra Grenache 2003

Ok, I love Grenache. This wine was delicious even tho I drank it too warm on a sail boat in an Idaho desert reservoir. I was surprised. Great Grenache flavor , sweet tannins and long finish. My friends are beer drinkers so I hogged the wine. — a day ago

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Skip Smyser

Skip Smyser

Are you out of your self imposed exile?🍷😎🇺🇸

Azul y Garanza

Navarra Tempranillo 2015

Really solid table wine, drinks well with food. — 5 months ago

Viña Zorzal

Cuatro del Cuatro Graciano 2015

Some tannic stubble to get through but rewarding fruit and depth perhaps a little youthful — a month ago

Rob, Ted and 19 others liked this
Andrew Schirmer

Andrew Schirmer

“tannic stubble” nice turn of phrase.

Azul y Garanza

Naturaleza Salvaje Navarra Garnacha 2017

Big nose with scents of string cranberry and raspberry. Bold red berries and a velvety texture that starts very fruit forward, but ends slightly dry and mineraly and vegetal at the very finish. A surprisingly dynamic wine. — 7 days ago

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Bodegas Corellanas

Blue Moscatel

Sweet, fun summer wine. Great chilled! — 2 days ago

Azul y Garanza

Garnacha Rose 2019

Cherry bomb. A delicious take on the Rosé- far better than the overtly sweet blends out today. — 21 days ago

Lime Leaf

Vino Blanco

Good for a couple of short glasses, not the whole bottle in one evening as it loses its sweetness on about the second glass. Much nicer cold than allowed to come to room temperature. — 16 hours ago

Domaines Lupier

El Terroir Old Vines Garnacha 2013

Quite possibly the purest expression of Garnacha I can recall ever tasting. Exotic and spicy. Good tannin. Wonderfully balanced. Just great — 20 days ago

Eric, Romain and 2 others liked this

Itxas Harri

Beltza Garnacha

Break it Down Class - crushed rocks. Ripe blackberries and balsamic aromas, spritzy on the palate with lots of fruit, definitely get the wet rocks in the mouthfeel and lingering. — 9 days ago

Còsmic Vinyaters

Còsmica Connexió Xarello Blend

Huge fan of this magnificent - and curiously inexpensive - wine made on the calcareous clay terroir of Penedes, Spain. 85% Xarel-lo (white grape of Spanish origin, specifically grown in Catalonia), 10% Chardonnay and 5% Muscat of Alexandria. An aromatic mouthful of fleshy peach, lilies, lemon zest (and a few other descriptors I’m still noodling on), with the perfect lick of salinity from the optimal altitude of 300-500m terrain. Two different people have recently said to me “You can’t have both” when I’ve asked for an aromatic wine with good minerality... l’d like to call bullshit on their bullshit and put this on the table, or an Albariño for that matter. Medium bodied, balanced, with a silky texture (yes, silky) and at just €13 a bottle you’re set for a delicious evening. Old world wine makers pursuing tradition and not convention. Never conform to the demand. UP UP UP!! — a month ago

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