Wines without GI (Spain)
£9.35/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Mauve / Deep / Violet glints|
|Fruit aromas / Plums / Blackberries|
|Fruit-forward / Plums / Blackberries / Tobacco notes / Spicy notes / Well-integrated tannins / Balanced / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Tapas / Ham on toasted bread / Barbecues
Freixenet...not just Cava!
I thought I'd try Freixenet Mia with my last box of wine from Vinissimus as I'm familiar with Cava from Freixenet. I was so glad I did, it's fabulous! Bursting with young ripe fruit, but plenty of body. One of those super versatile wines that you can present to a 'mixed table'...! And the price..?! Just unbeatable, I'm done buying wine in the supermarket.
Deliciously fruity easy drinking
This is a deliciously tasty red full of juicy fruit flavour. Bright & light for a Tempranillo. Very easy drinking. The only reason for not giving 5 stars is that there is sometimes inconsistency across the bottles in a case
Fruity with a good body
This wine was lovely to enjoy on its own. It had deep strong fruits but not sweet and a good fully body. Unlike other reds that are fruity, they normally are a lighter wine (B) but this wasn't and still packed a punch.
This is simply one of the of the best at the price. Fruity and full bodied. Delicious with a lingering redberry aftertaste that you will want to savour.
Sweet & Full Bodied
Love this wine- easy drinking - ordered it for the second time and love it as much as the first case- i will order it again.
The history of Freixenet dates back to 1861, the year in which the family business Casa Sala, the predecessor of Freixenet, was founded by Francesc Sala Farrés, who was succeeded by his son Joan. In 1911, the heiress of Casa Sala, Dolores Sala Vivé, married the youngest member of the Ferrer de la Freixeneda family, Pedro Ferrer Bosch, nicknamed Freixenet; the couple, together with Joan Sala, began to produce sparkling wine using the traditional method. In 1914 the...