Senorio de Barahonda Yecla Bellum El Principio

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Bellum el Principio is a wine made by Señorío de Barahonda in Yecla, a DO region located in southeast Spain. Bellum m...

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Bellum el Principio is a wine made by Señorío de Barahonda in Yecla, a DO region located in southeast Spain. Bellum means battle' or war' in Latin and this word refers to the concept that anything worth achieving in life requires a battle. Bellum is a joint venture between the Candela Family, Emili Esteve, Michael Martin, Alberto Orte and Patrick Mata. The project began in 2002 with the objective to produce wines made from 100% Monastrell in a region ideally suited to it, to demonstrate the virtues and true potential of this grape. The Monastrell grape is indigenous to Spain and around the 5th Century it was brought to France, where it's called Mourvèdre. An accomplished young Spanish winemaker feels that Yecla has ôthe true wine history of Spain. You have the most old vines there, a place that has made wine since the 5th or 6th Century.ö

Bellum el Principio is a wine made by Señorío de Barahonda in Yecla, a DO region located in southeast Spain. Bellum means battle' or war' in Latin and this word refers to the concept that anything worth achieving in life requires a battle. Bellum is a joint venture between the Candela Family, Emili Esteve, Michael Martin, Alberto Orte and Patrick Mata. The project began in 2002 with the objective to produce wines made from 100% Monastrell in a region ideally suited to it, to demonstrate the virtues and true potential of this grape. The Monastrell grape is indigenous to Spain and around the 5th Century it was brought to France, where it's called Mourvèdre. An accomplished young Spanish winemaker feels that Yecla has ôthe true wine history of Spain. You have the most old vines there, a place that has made wine since the 5th or 6th Century.ö

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