La Tellería is a vino de paraje a wine from a particular place in the Bierzo, ideal for those looking for an affordable Mencía wine and offering a good price-quality ratio. In comparison with the bodega’s other wines, it’s lighter on the palate and, although with plenty of body, volume and lots of fruit, it’s very fresh and easy to drink.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Intense / Violet glints|
|Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Blackberries / Berries / Toasty notes / Smoke / Liquorice / Balsamic notes|
|Structured / Profound / deep / Pleasant finish / Fruit-forward / Persistent / Fine tannins / Balanced|
Pizza / Salmon / Cooked sausages on toasted bread / Manchego cheese / Brochette
Ratings and awards
|2019||91 PK||92 SK|
|2018||90 PK||90 PN||92 SK|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Suckling
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Ageing period||Between 4 and 5 months|
|Type of wood||Foudre|
|Vine age||85 years|
Vinos Valtuille is a small, familiar-run winery, with Marcos García Alba one of the new-wave wine-produers and bodega owners in Bierzo, that took on the challenge of creating quality wines at the beginning of 2000, making an important investment in installations, facilities and plenty of technical resources. Marcos launched onto the market under the brand name of Pago de Valdoneje, giving rise to a young, single varietal Mencía wine that has been growing in reputation out there...