Tasting Notes: Raspberry, Black Cherry, Cedar, Smoke
From the dry riverbed soil of Entresendas and the chalky clay earth of Cuesta Colora, originate the Tempranillo grapes that go into Hand Work, a celebration of La Mancha by the Parra brothers who proudly call that region home. With a full nose of red fruit, underlying herbal notes and smokey cedar, this wine is bright, delicious and full of character. Best served with a little chill, it makes for a great summer wine, the perfect outdoor barbecue accompaniment. This wine is vegan, biodynamic, and organically grown.