- Dave Worthington on Garnachas de Espana documentry, now with subtitles…
- Neil mc Carthy on Garnachas de Espana documentry, now with subtitles…
- Dave Worthington on ¡El embarque ha llegado!
- Marcelo on ¡El embarque ha llegado!
Author Archives: Dave Worthington
At last the Garnachas doco has been updated with subtitles! Here is the whole thing: Proyecto Garnachas de España Documentary from Vintae on Vimeo.
2011 was a big year for us, a lot of first over the year: first year in business, first few shipments, first customers…basically everything! So we’d like to send a big thanks to everyone who helped out over the year … Continue reading
The guys from Garnachas de Espana have just posted up a movie about this project. It is in Spanish, but you can get a good idea of where the wines are from and what the guys are up to. It’s … Continue reading
Its a shame that the food of Rioja is often overlooked for it’s northern neighbors in the basque country. Sure its traditionally a little more hearty and rustic, more game and less seafood. But some of the best chorizo in … Continue reading
Its been a while since our last update, yes a bit slack on our part but we’ve busy organising our second shipment and selling wine around town. It seems that Melbourne punters love the small producers of Rioja, Empatia sold … Continue reading
August and September are two of the most critical months in the vineyard in the northern hemisphere, and one of the key indications that things are happening is veraison. This is where the grapes start to gain skin colour, drop … Continue reading
With the 07 vintage of Empatia Tinto safely resting in the warehouse, its time for another photographic update from the Empatia vineyards. About 1/6 (around half a hectare) of the vines for Empatia come from an old section of Tempranillo … Continue reading
Well at the port anyway. We are expecting deliver of our wine to the warehouse early this week, where it will sit for 2-3 weeks to recover from it’s travels. Ship shock is a bit of a problem when the … Continue reading
Here’s another update on the progress of the vines for Empatia. Jose Luis has been out bunch thinning…This is an old Tempranillo vine trained in the goblet or bush vine style that is traditional in most of Spain. Each vine … Continue reading