£8.84/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Cherry red / Intense / Violet glints|
|Fresh / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Blackberries / Berries / Toasty notes / Smoke / Liquorice / Balsamic notes / Menthol aromas|
|Structured / Profound / deep / Pleasant finish / Fruit-forward / Persistent / Balanced / Fine tannins|
Drinking and storing
Roast turbot, Sardines, Iberian pork secreto
Ratings and awards
|2017||91+ PK||90 PN||90 SK|
|2016||91 PK||90 PN|
|2015||91 PK||15.5 JR|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Jancis Robinson and Parker
One of my favourite Mencia 100% Mencia is a fantastic wine and this is a great one for the money one to drink all night. Postscript Vinissimus have the best range of this great grape on the market and the joy to be able to choose one instead of just the one on offer. Thanksby: Mark D, London (20/02/2017) - Vintage 2015
Excellent value for money
As an amateur but regular wine drinker I tend to think of wines as either for drinking on their own or for drinking with food. This wine is excellent for drinking on its own and is refined and smooth for easy quaffing. It is really very good indeed for the price.by: Russell (30/05/2019) - Vintage 2017
Punches way above its weight!
This wine is a superb surprise and is worth a try! You will be astounded at the roundness and berry flavours! Ideal for food, probably meats and also drinking alone without any food! Go try this!by: Keith (13/12/2016) - Vintage 2015
Fruitful young light wine
Acceptable quality young light wine made with interesting mencla grape. Fruit flavours predominate. Good value for money. It's not a wine that I'd definitely buy again.by: DAVID BOWEN (24/09/2019) - Vintage 2017
We liked it very much !
Excellent value for money, a young but exxtremely pleasant wine for casual drinking or with meat or pasta dishes.We will be buying again.
|Vine age||85 years|
|Soil||Clay / Sand|
Vinos Valtuille is a small, familiar-run winery, with Marcos García Alba one of the new-wave wine-produers and bodega owners in Bierzo, that took on the challenge of creating quality wines at the beginning of 2000, making an important investment in installations, facilities and plenty of technical resources. Marcos launched onto the market under the brand name of Pago de Valdoneje, giving rise to a young, single varietal Mencía wine that has been growing in reputation out there...