This Mencia based wine is from a nearly unheard of appellation called Ribeira Sacra. It's on the easternmost side of Galicia, and is extremely rugged and mountainous (and exceptionally beautiful). Dominio do Bibei is arguably the top winery in the region, and this wine comes from estate vines ranging in age from 15 to over 100 years old! It's filled with black fruit and mineral notes, with a softness not often seen in Mencia. The tannins are extremely fine-grained and the wine is silky on the palate.
|Format:||1 x 1500ml|
|Varietal(s):||Mencia, Grenache, Mouraton|
This vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon from Neal Family shows intense aromas of blackberry and red cherry fruit, spice and baked sugar tempered by a subtle amount of new French oak....
This is the entry-level wine from Giuseppe Russo, but it is in no way a 'basic' wine. A blend of his three single vineyards (Feudo, Feudo di Mezzo, San Lorenzo),...
The Champ de Cour vineyard is located on a plateau between the hills of the windmill and of Fleurie, with an eastern exposure. The granite surface rocks force the roots...