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Camándula 2018

Tinto del Macizo Central Orensano de Bodegas Peixes

13,55 €
  • Compra 6 por 13,10 € y ahorra 3%
  • Descripción

  • Envío y Devoluciones

  • ¿Dudas? Consúltanos

Camándula es un vino tinto ecológico elaborado por la Bodegas Peixes bajo la Denominación de Origen de Ribeira Sacra.

Este vino se compone de las variedades de uva Mouratón, Mencía, Garnacha Tintorera, Grao Negro de viñas jovenes (60%) y viejas (40%). Los viñedos de donde proceden las uvas de Cámandula son característicos por sus suelos graníticos con mica y cuarzo naranjo y esquitos.

La vendimia se realiza de forma manual, después, fermenta con levaduras autóctonas y duerme en barricas de roble francés durante 12 meses para su crianza.

  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

Descripción

Camándula es un vino tinto ecológico elaborado por la Bodegas Peixes bajo la Denominación de Origen de Ribeira Sacra.

Este vino se compone de las variedades de uva Mouratón, Mencía, Garnacha Tintorera, Grao Negro de viñas jovenes (60%) y viejas (40%). Los viñedos de donde proceden las uvas de Cámandula son característicos por sus suelos graníticos con mica y cuarzo naranjo y esquitos.

La vendimia se realiza de forma manual, después, fermenta con levaduras autóctonas y duerme en barricas de roble francés durante 12 meses para su crianza.

Envío y Devoluciones

  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

¿Dudas? Consúltanos

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

critica del vino

Crítica

2018 > 92 puntos
The 2018 Camándula, from a cold, rainy and late year, is only 11.5% alcohol (in general, the 2018s have half a degree less alcohol than the 2017s). It was harvested a little earlier, even if the cycle was longer, trying to pick crunchy grapes. It was produced from the same vines (around 80% Sousón from 20-year-old vines and the rest a field blend of old vines) and vinified and aged in a similar way to the 2017: fermenting the full clusters with the yeasts from the grapes and maturing the wine for some six months in 3,200-liter and 500-liter oak barrels to complete one year. This is the most reductive of the 2018s, the one that seems to have suffered a bit from the bottling, which was literally two days before I tasted it, and the one that might need a little more time in bottle or in the decanter of you decide to drink it anytime soon. This is always a little meatier and darker than the others, and the character is also obvious in 2018; it's juicy and meaty, more and more reminiscent of smoky bacon and violets as the wine opens up slowly in the glass. The palate is very balanced, with vibrant flavors, fresh, light and tasty. Simply phenomenal. 4,892 bottles produced. It was bottled in May 2020.
2017 > 91 puntos
Because of issues with the brand name, the red called Lacazán in 2016 has been renamed to Camándula, but the spirit is the same. The 2017 Camándula is a Sousón-based blend from 20-year-old vines on metamorphic soils and clay and stones with around 20% other mixed varieties (Mencía, Negreda, Grao Negro, etc.) from field blends of 60- to 80-year-old vines on schist soils. The whole clusters had a natural fermentation at low temperature and a 60-day total maceration time. The wine matured in used 500-liter French oak barrels for 12 months. It has a lot more freshness, definition and finesse than the initial 2016, despite the 2017 vintage being warmer and drier. They picked the grapes earlier, and the resulting wine is a lot more austere. This has a lot of finesse for Sousón, which is not an easy grape; it's perfumed and less rustic than the 2016. This is the wine where I see a bigger improvement from the initial vintage. 5,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in April 2019.

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez
  • Crítica

critica del vino

2018 > 92 puntos
The 2018 Camándula, from a cold, rainy and late year, is only 11.5% alcohol (in general, the 2018s have half a degree less alcohol than the 2017s). It was harvested a little earlier, even if the cycle was longer, trying to pick crunchy grapes. It was produced from the same vines (around 80% Sousón from 20-year-old vines and the rest a field blend of old vines) and vinified and aged in a similar way to the 2017: fermenting the full clusters with the yeasts from the grapes and maturing the wine for some six months in 3,200-liter and 500-liter oak barrels to complete one year. This is the most reductive of the 2018s, the one that seems to have suffered a bit from the bottling, which was literally two days before I tasted it, and the one that might need a little more time in bottle or in the decanter of you decide to drink it anytime soon. This is always a little meatier and darker than the others, and the character is also obvious in 2018; it's juicy and meaty, more and more reminiscent of smoky bacon and violets as the wine opens up slowly in the glass. The palate is very balanced, with vibrant flavors, fresh, light and tasty. Simply phenomenal. 4,892 bottles produced. It was bottled in May 2020.
2017 > 91 puntos
Because of issues with the brand name, the red called Lacazán in 2016 has been renamed to Camándula, but the spirit is the same. The 2017 Camándula is a Sousón-based blend from 20-year-old vines on metamorphic soils and clay and stones with around 20% other mixed varieties (Mencía, Negreda, Grao Negro, etc.) from field blends of 60- to 80-year-old vines on schist soils. The whole clusters had a natural fermentation at low temperature and a 60-day total maceration time. The wine matured in used 500-liter French oak barrels for 12 months. It has a lot more freshness, definition and finesse than the initial 2016, despite the 2017 vintage being warmer and drier. They picked the grapes earlier, and the resulting wine is a lot more austere. This has a lot of finesse for Sousón, which is not an easy grape; it's perfumed and less rustic than the 2016. This is the wine where I see a bigger improvement from the initial vintage. 5,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in April 2019.

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutiérrez

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