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Bodega Barranco Oscuro

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Bodega Barranco Oscuro

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andyh04 wrote a review Aug 2019
Trowbridge, United Kingdom47 contributions31 helpful votes
Beautiful vineyard, visitor centre and fantastic wines! It was great to meet the owner and have a tour of the bodega before trying and buying some of his natural organic wines. Would definitely recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Maarten vS wrote a review Jun 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands10 contributions4 helpful votes
This bodega is up in the Contraviesa mountain ridge. The owner is a visionary and inspiring wine maker, He pioneered vineyards at high altitudes in this area He stole my heart when he showed us how every day he turns his cava bottles one quarter, by hand! The bodega is a wonderful, peaceful place and the wine is excellent, all organic. The cheaper types are good but not spetacular but the expensive types are usually excellent.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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w0yzeck wrote a review Apr 2018
Rome, Italy55 contributions69 helpful votes
If you are even a little bit passioned in wines - GOOD wines - and people - GOOD people - you must do all that you can to have a visit to such a magnificent winery; to meet Manuel Valenzuela, his son Lorenzo and its wife Luisa; to taste all their lovable wines (they do many labels BUT NO ONE, after the taste, has a single reason to be forgotten; to visit the vineyards; and, last but not least, to try to buy all bottles they let you buy, becayìuse are very wonderful wines!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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NEJA's Art Walks wrote a review Sep 2011
London, United Kingdom59 contributions18 helpful votes
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I met those guys in London at the Natural Wines Fair, and they were kind enough to invite us to this Bodega. It was the 1st day of harvest, but they took time to show us around. This is not a huge wine producer, but it is a very smart one. All the equipment, packages and storage are kept on a highest level. And the degustation room is just amazing! it is spacious, sunny, with the great view across the vineyards. You can even see the sea and contours of the Africa on the horizon. Some windows are stained glassed which gives the room amazing lightening. We started our tasting from the Cava, then moved to whites and reds. We loved everything! Such a big difference with most of the wine you can try in Spain! All natural, with no preservatives or other chemicals added. This Bodega was a true pioneer of the Natural Wines in the area and the land preservation. We couldn't resist buying 8 bottles. I wish we could get more!
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Date of experience: September 2011
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