Coyam was one of the first authentically and proudly biodynamic wines on the Irish market, and Álvaro Espinoza was and remains one of biodynamic wine’s heroes. He remains a rebel at heart, and this wine is an anarchistic delight. A blend of cabernet sauvignon, carmenere, merlot, petit verdot and shiraz, it is an opulent, ripe and heady wine: avant garde, green and worthy, and hedonistic, too.
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