Navajuelos is a vineyard located in the municipality of Tobarra, one of DO Jumilla’s highest and coldest regions.
It is located on the side of the valley in sandy soils heavily strewn with stones, which gives these ungrafted vines the strength to face the dry summer months without suffering excessive hydric stress. A phenomenon which helps them to reach their perfect alcoholic and phenolic ripeness, which, in turn, gives rise to fresh, well-structured wines.
|Paraje Navajuelos | Technical notes|
|Brand||Bruma del Estrecho de Marín | Parcela Navajuelos|
|Type||Oaked red wine|
|Name||The name of the plot is Navajuelos. Located near the town of Tobarra, northern part of DOP Jumilla.|
|Description||Ungrafted, goblet-trained bush vines planted in dry, non-irrigated soils. Spurpruned. Planted in low density (around 1.400 to 1.600 vines per hectare).|
|Age||The age of the vines are 43 years old.|
|Soil||Sandy soils heavily strewn with white stones (Tosca) and pebbles.|
|Climate||Mediterranean climate with a continental character and wide diurnal temperature variation.|
|Annual rainfall||261 L/m2 in 2018|
|Harvest||October 2018. Manually harvested in crates of 20 k.|
|Winemaking||Fermented in french oak fudre at temperature controlled of 24-26 °C using natural yeasts. Aged in French oak fudre of 5.000 liters during 10 months.
This wine is subject to surface and amicrobic filtration (1-μm).