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Located in the heart of Navarra's Ribera Baja region, in the centuries-old village of Corella. Altitude is an average of 380 metres above sea level and climate is continental. The project comes from a deep respect for traditional winemaking, combined with Viña Zorzal’s firm commitment to reclaiming grapes native to Navarra, such as Garnacha and Graciano.
The vines are over 30 years old and ecological methods are used in every phase of the winegrowing.
The grapes were harvested by hand, as soon as they reached optimum maturity in each parcel. They were collected, and transported to the winery in small cases. Fermentation temperatures were between 25º and 28ºC, in stainless steel, and wine is bottled unoaked.
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