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Marenas Cerro Encinas Tinto

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Vintage: 2018
Region:  Córdoba, Andalucia, Spain
Viticulture: Biodynamic
Varieties: Monastrell

Marenas Cerro Encinas Tinto is a juicy and ripe red wine made from the Monastrell grape in Andalucia. Big cherry and cola notes here.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Marenas Cerro Encinas Tinto

Marenas Cerro Encinas Tinto is a juicy and ripe red wine made from the Monastrell grape in Andalucia. Big cherry and cola notes here.

About Jose Miguel Marquez, the Winemaker

José Miguel Márquez is on a mission to recover the old winemaking traditions of his native town of Montilla in Cordoba. He is an aficionado of everything natural, genuine, and authentic. José makes sure his vineyards and wines receive the same care and respect they deserve. Nothing but fermented juices see extraction from the different varieties of grapes. There are no filtrations or additives of any type. The result is natural wines expressive of their land and climate.

As with most winemakers, his life revolves around each harvest. But it’s passion and dedication that set José Miguel apart. It’s as if his wines were his children and each one of their personalities a product of that vintage. After all, he’s actually named wines from certain vintages after his daughters or nephews. It’s no surprise that when he sold his first bottle of wine, he felt like he was shipping one of his kids off to boarding school.

Although one of the youngest producers in the region, he is making some of the most exciting wines using traditional grapes like Pedro Ximenez and recovering other indigenous varieties like Montepila amongst many other projects that are in the works. We’ll leave that for him to tell but I can guarantee he will be putting out some badass wines in the upcoming years. That’s really the best way to describe his wines. Try them and you will know exactly why.