Camino 2019 DO Empordà – Collectivino

Camino 2019
DO Empordà

Camino 2019 <br> DO Empordà
Camino 2019 <br> DO Empordà
Camino 2019 <br> DO Empordà
Camino 2019 <br> DO Empordà
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Collectivino is proud to be the first importer of this wonderful DO Empordà wine to the UK. Camino is a flagship wine from one of our favourite vineyards - Terra Remota, in Girona, Catalonia. Winemaker Marc describes this as his "Bordeaux Blend", with his hand-picked Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes blending to create a wine that balances acidity and freshness. This is a wine marked by the delicacy, elegance and expression of the granitic terroir. Ages well if you're able to leave it untouched once you get it home!

Tasting Notes

Beautiful deep garnet brilliant colour with purple hints. Fresh, complex and intense on the nose, with fresh red fruits such as cherry, raspberry, spicy and slightly vanilla notes. A lot of complexity on the palate, both on fruits and spices: blackberry, cherry, liquorice, vanilla, while keeping a lot of freshness. The tannins are soft and well melted. The end of the mouth is gourmet and long. 

Food pairing

An excellent meal wine, working well with grilled meats, venison stew, and cheesy vegetarian dishes. Best served at 14-16ºC. 

About the vineyard & winemaker

The Terra Remota winery was founded in 1999, when the Bournazeau Florensa family acquired 15 hectares of virgin land occupied by oaks, cork oak, pine. This has now evolved into a property covering 54 hectares, half of which are used for growing vines, located in the far northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, in the Alt Empordà region, in Girona province, and falling within the DO Empordà. 

Situated on the outskirts of the villages of Capmany and Sant Climent Sescebes, at the heart of a forested area, the estate is protected from the northern tramuntana wind by the Albera Massif. It lies some 15 km from the Mediterranean sea, at a height of 140 metres above sea level and has soils that are markedly granitic in nature. This is a solitary, captivating spot that appears to be far removed from the rest of the world, and this explains the name that Terra Remota has given to its project. Paradoxically, despite the remoteness of the location, this area has been occupied by human communities since ancient times. Thus, remains of settlements belonging to the Iberian culture have been documented in the region, which goes to prove the long history of the human presence in this territory. In recognition of this, for its logo, Terra Remota has used two symbols attributed to these ancient communities, engraved on blocks of granite: O+.

From its birth, the Terra Remota winery has displayed a marked sensitivity towards the territory on which it stands, and coherence in the way it is integrated into the surrounding natural landscape. All this constitutes the backbone of Terra Remota’s philosophy and influences its actions in every sense.

We spent a day with owner and winemaker Marc (and a number of his cats and dogs!). He is stylish and design oriented - which is evident as soon as you see the winery that he constructed with a leading Spanish architect Nacho Ferrer. He takes great pride in his work and his land, and he is an experimental perfectionist when it comes to his wines. And he's charming. We look forward to visiting him and his family again soon. 

Sustainability rating: 2* (Good)

Terra Remota is a visionary organic winery project set near Figures in the Girona region of northern Spain. Winemaker and owners Marc and Emma have created something special in the granitic soils of the Pyrannean foothills, with beautifully designed architecture built sympathetically into the landscape. The vineyard has organic certification since 2012 and organic practice over its initial 15 hectares since  inception. Marc uses gravity throughout the winery, and rainwater harvesting from the winery roof which covers the additional watering required in the hot summers of Girona.


2008 vintage: JANCIS ROBINSON 16,


Other info. 

Red. 45% Black Grenache - 30% Syrah - 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Cork closure with wax top.  14.5% ABV. 2019/20 Vintages.

Why Choose Collectivino?



We search each region to find exceptional small-batch wines from independent producers, including some of the best organic, biodynamic and vegan wines around. As selected by sommeliers at Michelin-starred restaurants, and now available for you to enjoy at home too.


We seek out winemakers who are as passionate about the environment as they are about wine quality. They go further to not only minimise impact but improve local biodiversity, and we pay them fairly for their work. These delicious wines won't leave a hangover for the planet.


Paying a small premium unlocks exceptional quality as more of the money goes into the wine vs. the taxes. We aim to bring you oustanding wines for the price you pay, for every ocassion. We don't think you'll be able to find many wines this good at a better price elsewhere.

Quality Guarantee

All our wines come with our Founders' Promise: every bottle in every case is quality assured, sustainably produced, and a wine that we're proud of and enjoy drinking ourselves. If you're not happy, let us know and we'll aim to put things right. Santé! Martin & Toby x


“I was amazed when the wine arrived so quickly. It was beautifully packed in sustainable packaging and tasted wonderful. I will definitely be ordering again!”

Lucy J

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