Bernabeleva treats Spain's mighty staple grape, Garnacha to a well deserved all-natural, low-production approach. The results are magical.
Classically trained chef-turned-oenophile, Josh is a Wine and Food Writer based in Brooklyn. A sturdy advocate of wine/spirits education, and fed up with the term 'wine snob', he pushes to report in favor of craftsmanship, history and downright substance in craft beverage rather than just their price tag or 'point' accumulation. Has a soft spot for German beers and especially German Riesling.
- January 12, 2017Tags: san martin valdeiglesias , red wine , madrid
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