Telmo Rodriguez Sierras de Malaga Mountain Blanc Dry Muscatel 2011

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Telmo Rodriguez is the main man in northern Spain, and it seems nearly everything he touches turns to gold. Without meaning to sound obvious, this dry style of wine displays grapey aromas on the nose, together with stone fruits and a touch of honey. The palate is more medium-bodied with lots of juicy honeyed fruits at first, and then a smooth, fine mouthfeel before the dry, refreshing finish. This wine would be great with poultry dishes.

Region: Spain » Andalucía » Málaga

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  • 2011

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Color: White
Varietal: Muscat
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Compañía de Vinos Telmo Rodríguez S.L.:
In 1994, Pablo Eguzkiza and Telmo Rodríguez, along with a third oenologist, created a Garnacha from old bush vineyards in Navarra. The wine was called Alma (soul). This is how the business started, originally under the name of Compañía de Vinos de La Granja. The name was a declaration of intent: it made it clear that the company would be producing more wines in the future and contained a homag... Read more
In 1994, Pablo Eguzkiza and Telmo Rodríguez, along with a third oenologist, created a Garnacha from old bush vineyards in Navarra. The wine was called Alma (soul). This is how the business started, originally under the name of Compañía de Vinos de La Granja. The name was a declaration of intent: it made it clear that the company would be producing more wines in the future and contained a homage to La Granja, the famous glassworks, a centre of outstanding Spanish craftwork that has all but disappeared. Read less

Telmo Rodriguez is the main man in northern Spain, and it seems nearly everything he touches turns to gold. Without meaning to sound obvious, this dry style of wine displays grapey aromas on the nose, together with stone fruits and a touch of honey. The palate is more medium-bodied with lots of juicy honeyed fruits at first, and then a smooth, fine mouthfeel before the dry, refreshing finish. This wine would be great with poultry dishes.

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