The Bobal Got Bodegas Gratias is produced by an artisanal and respectful winemaking. Grapes fermented in small tank with hand pigeage. After alcoholic fermentation is finished, the wine rests in 300 litre old tinaja (anfora) and some smaller new tinaja of 200 to 400 litres in size.
Sustainable agriculture based on respect and common sense. The fruit came from the vineyard where everything began for Bodegas Gratias. A holistic place that made them realise that magnificient wines can me made with old bobal grapes. Deep red and strong soils.
Bodegas Gratias Was born in 2007 when Ana and Iván got together for a party with some oenologist friends and they decided to make some wine and put it in a barrel. After the success of the first vintage, they realised they had a chance to make a difference. In a region with a declining wine industry, Ana and Iván are on a mission to protect old vineyards of Bobal and other local varieties, championing the vinous heritage of the area. They champion Manchuela as a region capable of producing exciting and relevant wines that draw on the best of tradition and indigenous varieties, yet with a spin that is undeniably looking to the future. These wines are artisinal and as natural as they come, being organically grown, fermented with natural occurring yeasts and minute sulphur additions, if any. Predominantly growing the native Bobal variety, on gnarly old bush vines planted on mainly lime bearing clay soils. These wines are artisinal and as natural as they come, made ethically with respect for the environment and in an honest fashion. Mostly fermented in oak and aged on the lees in stainless steel tanks or in tinaja or clay amphora.