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Albahra is the Castilian name for "small sea"-- it is named for the vineyard area it hails from at the southeastern tip of Castilla La Mancha. Vines here are 30-50 years in age; both the Garnacha and Moravia come from single parcels here. The Garnacha is foot-trodden in large vats with stem inclusion, then aged in concrete for 8 months. Alternatively, the Moravia Agria is completely destemmed and then will age on its fine lees for 8 months in large French barriques. It is bottled with little else done to the product, except for a small amount of sulfur. This is a special Mediterranean bottle meant to go with similar styles of cuisine, especially the meats and seafood of the area.