Cherry with a side of dill pickle describes the nose on this leafy, unfresh Tempranillo. Flavors throughout are murky, soupy and weedy. Bight ruby red wine, smells of strawberry raspberry violet butter, light to medium sweetness acidity body tannic, poor finish.
Mureda is a family-owned winery boasting the largest organic vineyard surface in the world with over 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) planted. As an official organic wine grower, Mureda’s vines are not exposed to any chemical pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers, which yields clean and healthy wines, modern in style with just a touch of real oak to add complexity and elegance without sacrificing fruit or personality.
The nearly 1,200 hectares that make up the Mureda lands are framed between the Campos de Montiel, the Sierra de Alcaraz, and the Campos de Calatrava, a beautiful setting that is the cradle of the history of Spain, and inspiration for numerous cultural manifestations.
Pairs well with beef, lamb, veal, and poultry dishes.