£11.10/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry / Violet rim|
|Fruits of the forest / Blackberries / Raspberry / Balsamic notes / Liquorice|
|Lovely / Sweet tannins / Ripe tannins / Balanced acidity / Easy to drink|
Drinking and storing
Iberian sausages / Oily fish / Semi-cured cheeses
Ratings and awards
Good, earthy monastrell
This wine has always been the workhorse of the natural wine world. Great value for the price. A dry and earthy monastrell, the fruit is quite dark and fleshy and balanced by a surprising tannic grip for this grape. Avoids all the possible sickly pitfalls that take down so many other wines in this price range.
Le Tragolargo 2016 est un vin tout en puissance mais d'une élégance exquise. Nous l'avons sorti a plusieurs occasions, BBQ pour ses tanins, raclette pour la tenue en bouche mais aussi pour la fraîcheur qu'il apporte.... Très belle référence pour le prix!
Nice wine for easy drinking
I tasted a 2013 version of this wine in a London restaurant recently so ordered 12 bottles but only the 2014 viersion was available. The 2014 isn't as smooth or rich as its 2013 cousin but it still represents good value for money.
I like the quality and price ratio for this wine. Perhaps a little atypical for Alacante (not being Monastrel grape), but still a nice wine
Really tasty natural wine! Such good value for money too! Goes lovely with cheese, would definitely recommend and will be buying again!
Vinessens is a small family winery whose owners Andrés Carull and Marta Ribera produce signature and/or garage wines with an ecological philosophy. With a shared passion and way of understanding wine, Andrés and Marta use organic agricultural methods, with the utmost respect for nature and traditional grape varieties, to create wines which surprise even the most experienced wine-lovers. The contrast between the nearby Mediterranean and the altitude of...