£25.15/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Bright|
|Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Sweet notes / Expressive / Mineral notes / Oak wood / Spicy notes / Cocoa|
|Flavoursome / Fruit-forward / Good acidity / Powerful / Elegant / Toasty notes / Ripe tannins|
Drinking and storing
Ratings and awards
|2018||94 PK||17 JR|
First sampled this wine at the 2 Star BonAmb, Javea
Thrilled to find it listed on Vinissimus at 70% less. Superb value and a very rounded wine that belies its youth.
Las Quebradas is a significant and balanced expression of the monastrell grape which pairs well with food (we had it with a vegetarian dish). In the mouth, dark fruits and pepper are dominant, with a finish that is long. The wine is far from the overextracted monastrell's and should last for several years in the cellar.
Es un vino que está bien, pero la verdad es que viniendo de la bodega que venía esperaba algo más.
Enrique Mendoza Viticultor
Enrique Mendoza started out in the world of wine in the 1970s when he planted about 2,000 Muscat vines in a plot near the coast in his hometown of Alfás del Pi (Alicante) following the winemaking tradition of the Marina Baixa region. Enrique's first wines were aimed at the local market and for bulk selling. After these beginnings he extended his properties, taking on the Finca Chaconero estate in Villena in 1989. Here he cultivates 80 hectares of vines ranging from international...