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This wine contains primarily Garnacha and a touch of Syrah, sourced from the warm Mediterranean climate of Terra Alta. Its deep cherry red color and subtle violet tints are a result of the abundant sunshine in the region. Expect an alluring combination of ripe strawberries, blackberries, and black pepper with a hint of smokiness. Accompanied by pungent hard cheeses and salty cured meats, this medium-bodied wine makes for a delightful pairing. 

Melea's vineyards are oganically certified, traditionally managed, dry-farmed in the Cuenca area of La Mancha. The vineyards were planted in 1999 and are at an altitude of 660m with sandy-clay soils, low in organic matter and high in chalk and limestone.

In the northeast corner of Spain, Catalonia's Mediterranean climate is shared by only 2% off the globe. The ideal growing conditions here present far fewer challenges in grape growing than other regions in Spain.

Melea 2021 Single Estate Red

SKU: 879120
Regular price $24.85
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COUNTRY: Spain

REGION: Catalonia

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This wine contains primarily Garnacha and a touch of Syrah, sourced from the warm Mediterranean climate of Terra Alta. Its deep cherry red color and subtle violet tints are a result of the abundant sunshine in the region. Expect an alluring combination of ripe strawberries, blackberries, and black pepper with a hint of smokiness. Accompanied by pungent hard cheeses and salty cured meats, this medium-bodied wine makes for a delightful pairing. 

Melea's vineyards are oganically certified, traditionally managed, dry-farmed in the Cuenca area of La Mancha. The vineyards were planted in 1999 and are at an altitude of 660m with sandy-clay soils, low in organic matter and high in chalk and limestone.

In the northeast corner of Spain, Catalonia's Mediterranean climate is shared by only 2% off the globe. The ideal growing conditions here present far fewer challenges in grape growing than other regions in Spain.