Why there are so many discoveries in Yecla

You are a lover of novelties, of talents to discover and Yecla is a bottomless pit. Well, we had said that there were nine official wineries but we hadn’t told you that there is a long list of brands made in Yecla that travel around the world, on the internet or from hand to hand from importers. What is it about Yecla that makes it an endless source of new labels? Well, a scandalously dry terroir for very natural organic wines, a diversity of temperatures that allows the planting of syrah, garnacha tintorera, cabernet sauvignon? as well as monastrell to add more complexity and new flavours, and a terroir where the older monastrell in plots around the area is a torrent of treasures and mineral-laden fruit bombs that you can keep as gifts in your cellar. Here are some names to put on your shopping list. “Yes, we are Yecla and outsiders. In another post we will tell you who are behind them. 

  • Casa del Canto Roble. Long Wines, by William Long
  • Alma de Casa. Long Wines, by William Long
  • M Lawless Wines. Atlantic Wine Company
  • Elo Paraje Las Cañas. Compañía de Vinos del Atlántico, by Alberto Orte and Patrick Mata
  • Trenza Family Collection 2016, by Jonas Tofterup MW
  • Biografo Garnacha Monastrel. El Soleado Vineyards and Winery
  • De Nariz Terroir Monastrell, by Pedro Martinez
  • Bienamado Monastrell Syrah Garnacha. Bod y Viñedos El Soleado
  • 800 Metres Monastrell. Bod y Viñedos El Soleado
  • De Muerte. Winery On, by Pablo Cortés y Karel Eissner

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