Envinate Taganan TintoRegular price $43.99
'A village red from Taganana, the 2018 Táganan Tinto mixes grapes from different vineyards and altitudes ranging between 75 and 400 meters, from vines that are 50 to 150 yeas of age planted on old basalt soils. 2018 was a truly Atlantic vintage they consider an exceptional year with textbook conditions to achieve homogeneous and optimal ripeness of the grapes. That doesn't happen every year, because it's a blend of mostly Listán Negro and Negramoll but also some Mulata, Listán Gacho (pink/rosé) and Malvasía Rosada. The wine is only 12% alcohol and has notable acidity. It fermented with some stems depending on the plot (in general less than 50%), and the wine matured in well-seasoned, neural 228-liter oak barrels for one year. This is impressively floral and elegant, with tantalizing aromas of spice, volcanic rock, wild herbs and a faint touch of sea breeze. The palate is an explosion of flavors, pungent, medium-bodied, with very fine tannins and a dry, slightly salty finish. A cool-climate red from a subtropical island. 5,200 bottles produced. It was bottled in January 2020.' - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - 95 points
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Type: Red Wine
Region: Canary Islands
Farming Practices: Organic