£9.93/ btl 0.75 L
Details for La Montesa 2017
Bottle size and vintage
La Montesa is a well-defined, refined wine, signed by the Palacios family, wine artisans wherever they make it, in the Priorat, Bierzo or La Rioja. With a little more Grenache added to each vintage, it is a flavoursome and refreshing wine, raised on the radiant slopes of Mount Yerga, in the highest part of the Alfaro municipality, in 'La Rioja Oriental'. In the words of Luis Gutiérrez, "it does feel like a more expensive wine".
Roast suckling pig / Rabbit with mushrooms / Roasted poultry
- Climate:Mediterranean with atlantic influence
- Vinification material:Wood
- Ageing period:12 months
- Type of wood:French and american oak
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
smaakvolle tempranillo en grenache, goede prijs kwaliteit verhoudingby: Russell Biggart (13 Jan) - Vintage 2017
Every day !
This is a great 'go to wine .. easy drinking , fruity, just lovelyby: Rodrigo Vicentini (21/12/2020) - Vintage 2017
Good for a late afternoon with friends!
Good for a late afternoon with friends! A wine that gas livid tannins and quite some acidity. But still in the high end!by: Mike Dawson (06/12/2020) - Vintage 2017
Reviews rate this bottle highly and now I know why.
Reviews rate this bottle highly and now I know why. A lighter cherry colour on pouring. Clear around edges. Doesn't cling to the glass as much as I would expect for a 14%. Medium bodied with beautiful balance of fruit, tannin and acidity. Tastes of cherry and oak with a subtle vanilla aftertaste which lingers long on the tongue. This will appeal to serious and casual red wine drinkers alike. A bargain at the £12 I paid. I wouldn't pay the £17.50 avg vivino price tho. So smooth. So balanced. So drinkable.by: La montesa 2017 (30/11/2020) - Vintage 2017
Very good quality-price
Very good quality-price, always safe choice, interesting,
Bodegas Palacios Remondo
The Palacios family boasts an impressive vinicultural tradition that goes back over the last four generations. However, it was José Palacios Remondo who was really responsible for making the winery what it is today, by planting the best possible selection of La Rioja’s traditional grape varieties, and treating viticulture as his true vocation. Showing great vision for the future, he sent his children (now in charge of the company) to be trained at the best French schools of...