Winery: After our success with Graciano, the next step was to work with Navarra’s varietal par excellence: Garnacha. On the one hand we wanted to create a rosé wine that echoed those of the past, authentic, straightforward, a wine that would have been served in our grandparents’ day. And on the other hand, we were eager to produce Garnacha wines with the complexity provided by old vines. Our colleague and friend Rafael Reverte made our dream into reality. It was he that showed us the treasure we had right under our noses: very old, abandoned vineyards near the winery within the boundaries of Fitero, on the edge of the Ebro River valley and the start of the Iberian mountains. Thus Viña Zorzal was born: with the focus firmly on terroir, a project to create wines from parcels that show the typical characteristics of such a special area. 2013 was the first vintage of the wines launched under the finca project with two wines from specific parcels: Viña Zorzal Malayeto and Viña Zorzal Corral de los Altos.