2016 Finca Terrerazo, Bodega Mustiguillo, El Terrerazo, Valencia, Spain

2016 Finca Terrerazo, Bodega Mustiguillo, El Terrerazo, Valencia, Spain

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2016 Finca Terrerazo, Bodega Mustiguillo, El Terrerazo, Valencia, Spain

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From the highlands of Valencia, at more than 2.500 feet altitude lies the Mustigullo winery, which has been championing the renaissance for the indigenous Bobal grape since its creation in 1990. They also use another obscure indigenous white grape, Merseguera, for their white wines as well as producing their own olive oil. Everything is farmed organically.

This elegant wine showcases the effects of only a small amount of oak ageing on the Bobal grape. The nose shows smoke and lifted floral and granitic aromas which perfectly frame the ripe cranberry fruit character. On the palate, the tannins are fine but deceptively grippy, making this a great food wine. Drink now to 2026.
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Bodega Mustiguillo

Bodega Mustiguillo

One word summarises the Mustiguillo message and that word is Bobal, one of the greatest and most under-rated of Spanish grape varieties, and now on the cusp of a renaissance in the Mediterranean vineyards to mirror that of the Mencia varietal in Bierzo and other parts of North-West Spain. Mustiguillo is a family project, dedicated to organic viticulture and the pursuit of elegance and finesse rather than excess oak and the like. A well-rehearsed mantra maybe, but one that does not have many adherents of such pedigree. 

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Valencia

Valencia

East-facing eponymously, and Mediterranean of climate and culture, the appellation of Valencia produces wines from a diverse array of styles and grapes, including, for the white varieties, Merseguera, Malvasía, Pedro Ximénez, Moscatel Romano, Planta Fina, Macabeo, Chardonnay, and to a lesser extent, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon; and, for the red grapes, Monastrell, Garnacha Tintorera, Garnacha Tinta, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Bobal, Syrah.

Wine is bred in the bone here, and at all price points. Two of the most exciting bodegas are Bodega Mustiguillo and El Angosto, which certainly deserve to be better-known.

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