Bierzo Wine



This small north west Spanish wine region has become more fashionable over recent years. Climate-wise it’s protected from any extremes from the Atlantic and the cold central plateau.

There’s one red grape variety to thank for this new-found fame, Mencía.

Bierzo’s slate and granite-based soils lead Mencía to produce fruity, nicely balanced red wines, but it can really shine when planted on the slopes of the valleys, rather than just the fertile plains.

The Rude Wines representative from here also really manages to allow Mencía to show its real potential thanks to the 80-year-old vines that produce its grapes.

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