''Envinate comes from a remote and unique place and from rare varietals, with this 2019, the latest release the best yet. Exotic spices, earthy notes and fresh blackberries that leads to a medium to full bodied palate.'' 93 Points, Grapelive.com (USA)
''Envinate comes from a remote and unique place and from rare varietals, with this 2019, the latest release the best yet. Made in the Almansa region close to the town of Albacete near Castilla-La Mancha, influenced by the near by Mediterranean Sea. The 2019 Envinate Albahra is a deeply hued wine that starts with a pretty floral perfume, exotic spices, earthy notes and fresh crushed briar laced blackberries that leads to a medium to full bodied palate with black fruit coating the mouth, adding plum, orange rind, minty herbs, fennel, mineral tones and a touch of chalk and cedar. There is an opulence of vine berry fruit, it is vibrant and with a bright tartness that gives a refreshing balance.'' 93 Points, Grapelive.com (USA)
''Wildly complex with fragrant, rich red-cherry and boysenberry cast against dark, stony minerals. The palate has a long, succulent, compelling tannin structure with dark, rich, concentrated raspberry and red cherry. This is really something.'' 97 Points, James Suckling (Previous Vintage Review)
''It's incredible how elegant Garnacha Tintorera can be and how soft the tannins are. It's a refreshing and elegant red. This has to be the finest to date and one of the greatest values from Spain.'' 93 Points, Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate Magazine (Previous Vintage Review)
''Generous but focused with vivid, grippy cherry, plum and raspberry fruit. Tight wound and grippy with with nice acid and structure. Such pure fruit.'' 93 Points, Jamie Goode, The Wine Anorak (Previous Vintage Review)
This is medium bodied, refreshing and dark fruited, full of chalky minerality and earth spice. It's highlighted by aromas of red plum, blueberries, strawberry and purple floral notes with a touch of liquorice and soft, ripe tannins. A blend of Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet) and Moravia Agria from Almansa.