Spain: Bodegas Campos de Enanzo

Navarra envelopes the northeastern and eastern boundaries of Rioja, with alluvial soil in the flatter part of the Ebro Valley. Although the region was primarily known decades ago for its inexpensive rosado wines, it is now known for reds made of Garnacha, Tempranillo, and Cabernet. Plantings of Merlot and Chardonnay are just recently approaching 2% each in the region’s vineyards. Some producers are making an effort to provide some high quality wines from the region, but most tend to be good quality everyday reds.

  • Garnacha

    Hand selected from 30 year old vines in Navarra, aged in stain-less, this gem has pleasingly rich dark red fruits with plenty of depth. Very pretty on the nose, it’s even more so on the palate, with wonderful balance. It comes from Hemingway’s favorite bodega.

    Point of Sale Wine Label Wine Bottle