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Cellar Pinol 'SA Natura Ecologico' 2017

$25.20 in mix 6+ $28.00 per bottle
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The Wine

Sa Natura, previously Sacra Natura, is crafted from organically grown grapes in the elevated Terra Alta region, just south of Barcelona. As a certified organic wine, Sa Natura exemplifies "liquid geography," articulately expressing the Terra Alta terroir. The bottle's bouquet suggests a blend with hints of thyme, rosemary, chamomile, and graphite—scents reminiscent of a stroll through the Piñol family's vineyards. Opening a bottle of Sa Natura offers a sensory journey, unveiling a spectrum of novel aromas and tastes.

40% Carinena, 40% Garnacha Negra, 20% Syrah.

The 2017 is super fresh and in a great place to enjoy now or over the next couple of years!

The Details

Variety -  Carinena, Garnacha, Shiraz
Country - Spain
Region - Rioja
Extra - Cork
Year - 2017
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Celler Piñol, located in the Terra Alta region southwest of Barcelona, is renowned for its highland vineyards and organic viticulture. These elements contribute to wines that embody the freshness of this previously lesser-known area. Celler Piñol's journey reflects the rise of Spanish wines on the global stage over the last decade, showcasing a blend of respect for ancient vineyards and familial traditions with modern winemaking techniques to craft exceptional wines. Terra Alta, akin to Yecla and Vinos de Madrid, is emerging as one of Spain's promising wine regions, characterized by innovative projects and forward-thinking. The winemaking duo, Juanjo Piñol and Cristina Barroll, lead the production, while Juanjo's mother, Josefina, oversees the family's cellar operations.