£10.40/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Raspberry red / Intense|
|Fruit aromas / Fruits of the forest / Red fruit / Blackberries / Blueberries / Mineral notes|
|Balanced / Red fruit / Flavoursome / Long finish / Slightly sweet / Fine tannins / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Grilled tuna / Veal carpaccio / Iberian pork
Ratings and awards
|2019||90 PK||15.5 JR||90 WS|
|2018||91 PK||16.5 JR||91 PN|
|2016||90+ PK||90 PN|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
For those of you who have walked IL Camino this wine will bring it all back. Typical of the region this is one of the best local wines that I have been able to source since returning from Santiago. Not too heavy on minerals or tannins this wine is dangerously easy to drink. Ultreia!
The wine is medium bodied and well balanced, and has a good plum color. A useful wine for 'tapas' and parties. It represents good value for money, and we will be definitely purchasing more bottles.
God wine for right price.
Normally is a red young wine not drinkable without a lot of air. But Luna Beberide Mencia perfect direct from the bottle.
A young wine but it still has a lot to say for itself. Excellent value and worth the price. Easy drinking.
Try this wine.
This is a very good wine for the money. Wines from this part of Spain are not that well known.
The three reds made by Luna Beberide come from vineyards in a particular location, the paraje de Valdetruchas, in Villafranca del Bierzo. The youngest vines, situated in the valley, are grown for making the young Mencía; those at medium altitude, around 500-600 metres, aged more than 60 years old, are used to produce Finca Luna Beberide (previously called Finca La Cuesta for this reason); and those planted at the top of the slope, at about 700-800 metres, are destined for Art, the most concentrated and mineral wine.
|Climate||Continental with Atlantic influence|
Bodegas y Viñedos Luna Beberide
Bodegas y Viñedos Luna Beberide started up in 1986, in Bierzo, under the guidance of Alejandro Luna, with the purpose of making and offering fine wines with all due respect for the land and the vines. As Alejandro maintains: "the prime material and the soil must be the mainstays of what later will be a great wine”; and thanks specifically to those slate and clay-calcareous soils, they obtain fruit-laden, mineral wines. The winery possesses a large16th Century house located...