Vineyard: A combination of estate owned fruit and purchased. All the fruit comes from the San Martin de Valdeiglesias area which is high altitude vineyards.
Orientation: Elevations from 700-900 meters.
Soil: Granitic Sand
Viticulture: practicing organic and biodynamic. Bush trained vines in very small plots.
Vinification: 25 day maceration with some whole cluster. Fermentation takes place in a combination of stainless steel, concrete and large wood vats. No fining and no filtering.
Aging: Aged in large upright old wooden vats or stainless steel.
Notes: This is a limited release wine. The new vintage tends to release the end of the summer and sell out before the end of Spring.
Publication: Wine advocate
The just bottled 2016 Camino de Navaherreros was hitting it on all cylinders, with an open nose of flowers and wild berries. There is more fruit in the foreground, juicy and very approachable, with super fine tannins and good acidity. 40,000 bottles were filled in May 2017.