There is a new red, but from the Arribes del Duero zone (but sold without appellation), also in the province of Zamora, but closer to the river Duero and to Portugal. I tasted the first two vintages, as both were already in bottle, starting with the 2014 Camino de los Arrieros. It's a blend of Juan García with 20% Rufete and 10% of other varieties that are mixed in a very old vineyard in the village of Fermoselle on granite soils. The grapes are energetically foot trodden to break the skins, followed by two to three days maceration and then daily remontage during the fermentation with indigenous yeasts. It matured in 300-liter barrels for ten months. There's some rusticity here, Alvar was telling me Juan García is not an easy grape, and he's only starting to understand it. The palate is austere and with fine tannins, and the granite dustiness. 800 bottles produced. It's sold as Vino de España, the generic category.
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