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T Amarela

This deep, inky wine is made from a thick-skinned grape variety called Tinta Amarela. In its youth it is redolent with flavors and notes of blackcurrants, leather and crushed violets. This rich wine would be a good complement to soft cheeses, pork, lamb and some heavier poultry dishes.

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Product-Type: Wine
Vintage: 2016 2017
Country: Spain
Region: Extremadura
Estate: Envinate
Appellation: Extremadura Sin D.O
Type: red
Fermentation: Natural
Style: Rich & Bold
Blend/Grape Variety: tinta amarela
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol: 13.50%
Wine-Making Process: Organic
Price Point: 1,501 to 2,000
FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES: Semi Hard Ripened cheese

Envínate (translates as "wine yourself") is the brainchild of 4 friends, winemakers Roberto Santana, Alfonso Torrente, Laura Ramos, and José Martínez. This gang of 4 formed back in 2005 while studying enology at the University of Miguel Hernandez in Alicante. Upon graduation, they formed a winemaking consultancy, which evolved into Envínate, a project that focuses on exploring distinctive parcels mainly in the Atlantic-inflected regions of Ribeira Sacra and the Canary Islands. Their collective aim is to make profoundly pure and authentic wines that express the terruño of each parcel in a clear and concise manner.

To this end, no chemicals are used in any of the Envínate vineyards, all parcels are picked by hand, the grapes are foot-trodden, and the wines are fermented exclusively with wild yeasts, with a varying proportion of whole grape clusters included. For aging, the wines are raised in old barrels and concrete, and sulfur is only added at bottling, if needed. The results are some of the most exciting and honest wines being produced in Spain today.