£ 13.43/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Hombros 2015
Bottle size and vintage
Clusters of grapes can be separated into two parts: the shoulders and the tips. The latter are formed on the lower halves of the clusters, where the freshest grapes are concentrated. On the shoulders, the upper part, are the riper grapes which produce this magnificent Mencía red. Succulent fruit and a mineral character are its distinctive traits.
Roasts / Sheep cheese / Roasted peppers / Ham on toasted bread
- ViewBright / Picota cherry red / Opaque / Clean / Violet glints
- Bouquet:Spicy notes / Toasty notes / Mineral notes / Ageing notes / Tobacco / Balsamic notes / Vanilla / Candied fruit / Chocolate / Coconut
- Mouth:Powerful / Balanced / Persistent / Flavoursome / Long / Full / Rounded / Elegant tannins
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14º C and 16º C
- Decanting:Aeration is recommended
- Drinking and storing:Drink now or keep until 2022
Complex, long and so well balanced with refreshing acidity and a finish that goes on and on. If you haven’t tried Mencia yet then I recommend you do. Start with this one.by: Matt Davidson (12/10/2017) - Vintage 2013
Fantastic wine and fantastic offer
Lovely deep red and flavoursome wine. Got to be one of the best wine regions in Spain if not the world.by: Javier (07/02/2019) - Vintage 2013
De los mejores crianzas de España, en mi humilde opinión. Ha sufrido algún altibajo, pero mantiene la esencia y la fuerza de esta bodegaby: Victoria (27/11/2018) - Vintage 2013
Vino muy bueno
Vino fantástico de una bodega que nunca defrauda. Relación calidad precio inmejorable. Sabor de grandes vinos de El Bierzo. Repetiréby: dugenou (14/02/2017) - Vintage 2012
for the price it is really excellent! It is a bit iof a "simple" wine with quite some wood, but for the price, you will have a lot of happy people at your table!
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