Dani Landi’s village wine, Uvas de la Ira, needs no introduction since it was part of his lineup when he first split from his family’s estate to create his eponymous project. The sourcing remains the same, coming from 6 vineyard plots in the village of El Real de San Vicente. Totaling 6.9 hectares, these vineyards of Garnacha are all over 70 years old and planted on poor granitic soils at 850 meters. With production on par with Mentridano, it would be tempting to pit these two village wines against one another, but why would you limit yourself to Gevrey-Chambertin if you also could have Chambolle-Musigny? The Tiétar valley being a more extreme environment with more significant variation in ripening times and expression, Uvas de la Ira sees several different harvest and maceration times ranging from 30-60 days. Everything else remains the same – hand-harvested fruit, indigenous yeasts, whole clusters, and a light touch in the cellar.