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You will find here the Heredad Candela 2017 Petit Verdot and Monastrell from Barahonda (14,90€), the famous Bicho Raro 2018 (12,90€) and Lualma 2016 (19,90€) from the same winery, or Elo Los Parajes 2015 (26,95€), the monastrell from Campañía de Vinos del Atlántico or the Detrás de la Casa made by Castaño with VilaViniteca (14,60€). If you’re willing to spend a bit more to try Barahonda’s old-vines Monastrell, don’t miss Barahonda’s Zona Zepa 2015 (€55).
The oldest wine club is a showcase of very special wines from Bodegas Castaño: Solanera Viñas Viejas (€50) or Casa Cisca (€35,95).
Sweet Monastrell wines are a Yeclian heritage and a great gift. You can find a Castaño Monastrell Dulce in a small bottle (€16.50) and the new Castaño Santa 2015, a blend of Garnacha Tintorera and Monastrell from 45-year-old vines (€17.40).
A place to find many of the high-end references but also the Atlan&Artisan Epistem nº 3 2014 (€16,37), a project of winemakers Sebastian Keller and Phillipe Bramaz, who search for good soils around the world, in this case it was Yecla with 50-year-old vines.
You are in the temple of wine in Spain and you are lucky enough to find the fantastic wines of Uvas Felices, a very limited production of Yecla wines with the names Viña detrás de la Casa and Viña al lado de la Casa for less than 20€ per bottle.