AltoLandon, Milhistorias Syrah 2019

Our opinion:

This is a 100% Syrah from the hills of Manchuela, Spain.  The colour is bright purple with bluish hues, with medium intensity.  The first nose brings out notes of black fruits such as blackberry, black plum and black cherry. All this is accompanied by woody notes (vanilla, cinnamon, black pepper, cloves). Finally, we find blackberry jam. 

Serving temperature: 14 – 16 ° C

To drink: 2021 – 2024

Certification: Certified Organic

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A Spanish Syrah with a Rosalia Molina twist! A fresh, fruity, spicy red wine that we love to (re)discover…

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Weight 1 kg

The Winemaker

Altolandon is a family project born out of a couple: Rosalia Molina and Manuel Garrote, who bought land in Landete, in the province of Cuenca, at an altitude of 1,080 meters in the late 1990s.

The two founders each carry out complementary work: Manuel takes care of the planting and upkeep of the vines and Rosalia of the winemaking and trading. AltoLandon wines have been produced with respect for the environment from the start.

Today, all wines are certified organic. They also go a little further by fermenting their wines with natural yeasts. The region is one of the highest in Spain.

The terroir therefore offers a good balance between acidity and maturity. The cool nights reflect acidity, and the strong sunshine brings maturity to the grapes.

The Appellation

Located at the eastern end of Castilla-La-Mancha, bordering the vineyards of the Levant, this young appellation has made a name for itself thanks to its quality production in recent years.

The climate is mild there with very reasonable temperatures in summer which allow the production of surprisingly fresh vintages.

Among other things, Manchuela wines feature the Bobal grape variety, capable of producing fruity red wines as well as more structured cuvées.


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