Sheltered from the cold Atlantic to the west, and from the hot Spanish plateau to the east, Bierzo's ability to produce premium reds from its native Mencia gape variety has been increasingly recognized over the last thirty years. The grapes are grown on steep, well-drained slopes of decomposing slate and granite, and are capable of producing everything from light fruity wines for easy consumption to concentrated, complex reds suitable for cellar ageing. 

Jose Antonio Garcia 2019 Unculin Mencia 750ml


The red 2019 Unculín wants to be light and fresh through adding some 10% white grapes and 5% Alicante Bouschet to the Mencía, all from old vines, with 13.3% alcohol and good acidity. It fermented with 10% to 20% full clusters and the rest...

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