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The winemakers behind Azul y Garanza
crushed grapes all over the world before
zeroing in on Spain’s Navarra region.
What You Need To Know
Young winemakers Dani Sánchez
Nogué and Mar’a Barrena Belzunegui claim combined experience
in vineyards spanning five continents. But when they teamed up
to create their own label, Azul y Garanza, they headed to Navarra,
one of the world’s most exciting wine districts. Its ancient vines—
long the source of rustic, undistinguished reds—have been
rediscovered in recent years by Spain’s winemaking vanguard;
Sánchez and Barrena focus exclusively on old, organically farmed
and unirrigated sites that yield tiny amounts of grapes. This
traditional blend combines soft, fruity Garnacha with spicy, bold
Earthy red cherry
and leather notes.
Supple and easygoing,
with bright raspberry
and floral notes.
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be
cool to the touch.
Poultry, pork and beef
dishes with assertive