Palacio Quemado is located in Extremadura, DO Ribera del Guadiana, in south-western Spain. Founded in 1999 by Alvear family, since 2010 the Envinate group is in charge of the winemaking. The aim is to make pure and authentic wines that express the terroir of each parcel in a clear and concise manner. In January 2015 became part of Grandes Pagos de España, an association of Spanish wine producers dedicated to upholding and promoting very high quality single estate wine and all that is entailed in its production. The main philosophy of this winery is organic farming and natural wine making. No pesticides are used and a very low dose of sulphur is used throughout the winemaking, using the carbonic acid from the malolactic fermentation during the oak ageing process as a natural protector. There is minimum intervention in the winery with great care given to the grapes. Tempranillo, Garnacha, Syrah, Petit Verdot and local grapes are planted.
Organic dry and fruity red wine made from local grapes garnacha tintorera and syrah and tempranillo. La Zarzita 2014. Bodega Palacio Quemado. Extremadura
Organic dry and fruity red wine made from local grapes garnacha tintorera and syrah. Los Acilates 2011. Bodega Palacio Quemado. Extremadura