Nose: Ethereal aromatics typical of Garnacha grown on sandy granitic soils. Plenty of bright red fruit, floral, and pepper-spice aromas.
Palate: Dry. Combined with a density and finesse characteristic of Garnacha from the Gredos.
Vinification: A single half-hectare plot of 60+ year old vines on sand and granite soils at 820 meters (the highest in the DO), biodynamically farmed. 12 months in 1-single 700L French oak demi-muid. As with all Dani Landi’s wines, this is hand-harvested, whole-cluster, foot-stomped, and natural yeast fermented. Low yields make this a slow-to-ripen plot that expresses the fineness of Garnacha beautifully.
Recommended Food Pairing: Callos a la madrileña for the adventurous, or a slow-braised pork stew for everyone else.