“Four aspiring wine Knights and some bloody old vineyards,” is how Zar Brooks describes Cien y Pico. This exciting producer is based in Manchuela, a small region in south-eastern Spain. The name Cien y Pico means “Hundred and something” and refers to the age of the ancient Garnacha Tintorera and Bobal vines from which these wines are made.
A vibrant nose which shows abundant fruit, along with chocolate and earthy notes. Blackberries, blackcurrant and cinnamon spice, along with cocoa and mulberry on the palate. It is soft with juicy tannins, and an uplifting fresh fruit finish.