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Los Bermejos Brut Nature 2011

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Yes, they even produce some sparkling wine, like the NV Brut Nature produced with Malvasia grapes following the traditional method and aged for 18 months in contact with its lees. It has 0.7 grams of residual sugar, so it’s really dry. With well-integrated gas (small bubbles), thw wine offers a pleasant nose with quite a lot of lees character, lots of nuts, balsamic and camphor notes, white flowers, yeast aromas and a touch of white pepper. The dry palate is supple, with good freshness; it’s easy to drink, with a honeyed, slightly exotic note that makes it different. It’s ready to drink, and I don’t think it will gain much in bottle. It’s always difficult to know how old these non-vintage wines are if there is no lot or date on the label, but by the shape of the cork, my bottle was not recently disgorged. It really reminded me of a Cava. 6,000 bottles produced. A pleasant sparkling wine. Drink it now-2014.
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Los Bermejos, Spain
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Los Bermejos is a winery based on the island of Lanzarote, owned and run by the passionate winemaker Ignacio Valdera. Only 125 km from the African coastline, conditions here are extreme. The porous, black volcanic soils have extremely high drainage, lowering the water content of soils that are only nourished by a few inches of rain per year. The winds that blow from the Sahara desert and Atlantic Ocean are so fierce that each vine is planted in small holes or hoyos, and further protected with stone walls. The hoyos also allow the vines to more quickly reach the organic matter located beneath the top layer of solidified lava. Virtually no vegetation can survive such inhospitable soil; the region is more reminiscent of a lunar landscape than the lush traditional image of a vineyard. Not surprisingly, yields are very low, and all vineyard work is meticulously done by hand. Farming is done organically and the winery is in the process of certification. Ignacio occasionally supplements each crop with purchased fruit from growers who share his vision of sustainable viticulture.
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Set of islands off the coast of Morocco and south of Madeira that host a wide range of indigenous and unique grape varieties. Soils are volcanic and recent subsidies from the local government has led to a revival of the islands’ old vines.

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Representing the topmost expression of a Champagne house, a vintage Champagne is one made from the produce of a single, superior harvest year. Vintage Champagnes account for a mere 5% of total Champagne production and are produced about three times in a decade. Champagne is typically made as a blend of multiple years in order to preserve the house style; these will have non-vintage, or simply, NV on the label. The term, "vintage," as it applies to all wine, simply means a single harvest year.

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