Spanish wines are so vast and different that I really think that I will probably never have the enough time to taste them all! Luckily I am a big fan of them, so I am in the continuous research of the best and most significant ones. And they don’t disappoint me, in general, because they are in same proportions both quantitative and qualitative. And this is a premise I always look for on any wine.
Here a delicious blend from Pago Alto Landon, a very modern winery located in high altitude that produces organic wines from indigenous and international varieties in Cuenca, under the DO Manchuela appellation. A region where the terroir, and consequently the wines, are extremely singular...
This structured and generous red is made with a 50% of Syrah, 25% of Cabernet Franc and 25% of Garnacha which result in a good explosion of aromas and flavours. It has also been aged in French oak barrels for 2 years, so we can feel the intensity and richness in tannins and body. If you like unctuous and juicy wines, this blend is a great option. It will perfectly match with your next red meat BBQ in the terrace. Go for it!
Marina La Forgia