Bouchon Family Wines, País Salvaje 2016
Made from the wild País grapes that grow all around the vineyards, climbing trees and vegetation to a height of up to five metres. 50% underwent carbonic fermentation, with the other half being fermented normally using wild yeasts. The wine was aged in concrete tanks and then bottled unfiltered. It has spicy cherry and raspberry aromas with some cream notes, while the palate is lean and edgy, with black and red cherry fruit. Quite a juicy style with some spice and a good acidity.
Taster: James Button
Oxford Wine Co