We want you to be one of the restless discoverers of Yecla wines, so we have prepared a list of restaurants where you can find some of the most modern brands of Yecla. And discover sommeliers and cuisines that are a must on the agenda of the most traveled foodie.
ATRIO (Cáceres). We are facing one of the most important wine lists in the world and a sensory oasis. José Polo is in love with wine and its culture, that is why we are so proud to be present as Yecla-cultura in this experience that is part of a privileged environment fully integrated in the nature of Cáceres with its own Relais&Châteaux hotel, 2 Michelin star restaurant, harmonies, reverential architecture of Tuñón y Mansilla… In this exceptional wine cellar there are exceptional vintages from throughout history and humble areas as a contrast. A space created for pleasure and a gift for a gourmet of all the confines and races of the earth. You can find in its wine book the Casa Cisca, pure monastrell and the Castaño Colección Cepas Viejas of monastrell and cabernet sauvignon from Bodegas Castaño, washed down with a feather in false paprika crust by Toño Pérez and the collection of works by contemporary artists on the walls. For a taste of this museum, don’t miss this preamble Link to Cocina Futuro.
PURA CEPA (Murcia). Sommelier Francisco Juan Carmona is a tracker of good wines from all over Levante and has a wine club for those looking to learn, buy direct, dine with a winemaker or have delivery at home. It is rightly called the “wine club with meaning”. He has given superb importance to wine in one of the must-try restaurants in Murcia capital, a local tasting menus and wines by the glass of excellent price with local cuisine of current airs and Michelin star. Here you can order the Nariz Pedro Martinez Edición Limitada wine, a pure monastrell with the signature of distributor Pedro Martínez from very old vineyards. Try it with an appetizer of Ssam de parceta murciana and an Angus burger that this neo-tavern casually offers…
WINE FANDANGO(Logroño and Formentera). A kitchen at sight seeing the chef Aitor Esnal making cooking show with market products, Rioja and international dishes. The wine is the protagonist for its wines by the glass in this casual and full of more fun words to understand wine, let’s put the aromatic styles. The wine De Muerte Gold (Winery On) could not be missing in a space to discover wines from regions on the edge. This classic blend of monastrell, syrah and garnacha tintorera was tasted with duck and cardoon mushroom over pear compote and slices of Idiazábal cheese, and it’s to die for.
PILAR AKANEYA. We already highlighted this secret place in Madrid for fans of natural charcoal barbecues and Japanese cuisine, but especially all cuts of Wagyu beef. You can read the discovery in this post. The Castaño Santa based on Monastrell and Garnacha Tintorera in a 45 year old vineyard shows all its elegance with so much exoticism and delicacy.
MALVASÍA (Murcia). One of the most genuine places around the Mar Menor. A specialist in pairing wines from the Medeterranean with creative dishes such as suckling pig confit with vegetables in tempura and honey sauce. The wines of Yecla are excellent value and price options in a Michelin award-winning restaurant.