Pablo González-Calvo De Miguel travels the world representing the García Family Wines. These are among the finest made in Spain. The family operates out of Ribera del Duero. Their ambition is to make the finest wine possible.
In this podcast Pablo explains why and how they achieve this.
The Garmón label is produced from Tempranillo (Tinta Fina) vines that are between 40 and 80 years old in the east of Ribera del Duero. The vineyards are as high as 1000 ms above sea level.
Mauro, from Bodegas Mauro just to the north of Tudelo del Duero, is produced from 80 hectares of the most brilliant, ancient and stony vineyards. It’s a 90% Tinta Fina/10% Syrah blend. See HERE for a fabulous video!
The San Román and Prima labels come from TORO where some of the family’s oldest vines are ungrafted in phylloxera free soils! These are genuine pioneering wines … and they really do make great videos. see HERE!
The Garmón wines are distributed by Cassidy Wines.
Kevin Ecock’s WinePod is brought to us with the assistance of the Santa Rita Wine Room at Monty’s of Kathmandu – an excellent place to host your next event or celebration.
Contact Shiva at 01 -6704911 or HERE at the Santa Rita Wine Room web page.