Telmo Rodriguez er de spanske vinmageres "enfant terrible" - klassens frække dreng. Han tilsidesætter alle traditioner og laver vin i øst, vest, nord og Sydspanien. Telmo Rodriguez følger kun én næse, og det er hans egen. Telmo har en fascination af de gamle, oprindelige vinstokke i spanske vinområder, som er blevet lidt oversete, men som rummer stort uudnyttet potentiale. Telmo Rodriguez er søn af familien bag den berømte Rioja bodega Remelluri, hvor han i 2010 overtog driften efter sin far. Telmos erklærede mål er at lave kvalitetsvine og at levere value-for-money på et hvert niveau.

Telmo Rodriguez omtales ofte som de spanske vinmageres "enfant terrible" - klassens frække dreng. Han tilsidesætter alle traditioner og laver vin i øst, vest, nord og Sydspanien med en "outsiders" indgangsvinkel: Det er lige meget hvordan man plejer at gøre og hvordan man mener at vinen fra et bestemt distrikt skal smage. Telmo Rodriguez følger kun én næse, og det er hans egen.

Petrus, Guigal
Telmo Rodriguez er søn af familien bag Rioja-bodegaen Remelluri, hvor han i 2010 overtog driften efter sin far. Men hans store ekspertise skyldes ikke kun erfaringer erhvervet på denne vingård. Hans "lærepladser" tæller blandt andet Petrus i Pomerol, Guigal i Rhône, Cos d'Estournel i Saint-Estèphe og Dominus i Californien. Fællesnævneren for disse vingårde er, at man ikke går af vejen for at prøve nye tiltag for at opnå det ekstraordinære.

Typicitet, økologi og biodynamik
Telmo opererer i en bred vifte af Spaniens bedste vinområder, og hans resultater er spektakulære. Hans erklærede mål er at lave kvalitetsvine med typicitet fra hvert område, han kaster sig over. Telmo opererer så vidt det er muligt efter økologiske og biodynamiske retningslinjer, og hans vine fremstilles uden brug af kunstgødning, herbicider eller pesticider.

I oktober 2011 beskrev Wine Spectator Telmo Rodriguez som en af Spaniens banebrydende fornyere:

"Rodríguez, 48, is one of the most intriguing stories in Spanish wine today. His career makes an interesting counterpoint to that of Miguel Torres of Catalonia, whose innovations since the 1960s in many ways foreshadowed Rodríguez's ventures. Both men brought international influences to Spain, especially from France. Torres, 69, was among the first, and arguably the most influential, of vintners to plant French grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay in Spain; his "Black Label" Cabernet (now named Mas La Plana) has long been a benchmark. The 2007 (90, $63) is dark and well-structured, with dried herb and mineral notes.Rodríguez began his career at his family's Bodegas Remelluri in Rioja, after studying in France and working in Bordeaux and the Rhône Valley. At Remelluri in the 1990s, he was a pioneer in his focus on estate-bottling, developing a fresher, more concentrated style of Rioja. (The winery's top cuvée, the Colección Jaime Rodríguez, has earned outstanding scores in all three vintages I've revviewed: 2001, '02 and '03.) Torres and Rodríguez have expanded well beyond their home bases. From Catalonia, Torres first moved south to Conca de Barberá and Priorat, then more recently west to Ribera del Duero and Rioja. Rodríguez established his own company in 2001 and now produces wines from nine different regions, mostly in the western half of the country; besides Toro and Rioja (he returned to Remelluri in 2010), they include Ribera del Duero, Cigales and Valdeorras in Galicia.Both vintners focus on value. From Torres, the 2010 Sangre de Toro Viña Sol (85, $11), made from the indigenous Parellada grape, is a soft-textured white with notes of melon and pear, while the 2010 Sangre de Toro de Casta (84, $10), a refreshing dry rosé from Garnacha and Cariñena, shows creamy raspberry and wild strawberry flavors. Rodríguez delivers the 2010 Basa (85, $15), a Verdejo-based white from Rueda that's focused and flinty, and the 2009 Al Muvedre (85, $15) from Alicante, a supple, spicy red made from Monastrell.
Perhaps their most important similarity is their devotion to the environment and natural winemaking. Rodríguez is moving all of his vineyards toward biodynamic cultivation, while Torres is a global leader in combating climate change through the use of renewable energy and reducing carbon footprints. Both vintners support indigenous grapes and despite-or perhaps because of-their understanding of international trends, are fiercely devoted to making Spain's wines not only as good, but as "Spanish" as possible.
Torres and Rodríguez have also put extensive effort into white wines. Long seen as the stepchildren of Spanish wine, whites are now a strong suit, providing great diversity and enjoyment."



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