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Liquid Geography is 100% mencia made with 50+ year old vines tended in river stones and clay soils. It is 100% Unoaked.
TASTING NOTES: Pale pink. Aromas and flavors of strawberries, red-currant and white pepper show very good clarity and energy. Concentrated yet lithe rosado, with a nervy acid structure providing shape and lift. Finishes taut and minerally, with an echo of red berries.
Produced from vines planted in 1963 located in Bierzo. The vineyards are located both in the lower valley (clay) and in the mountains where slate is the most common soil type.
This is a vegan wine.
To express our gratitude to the many who have helped us over the years, Olé & Obrigado donates 100% of Liquid Geography's profits in equal parts to: the TJ Martell Foundation in its search for cancer cures, World Central Kitchen an organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters, and Wheeling Forward to help people with disabilities experience life to the fullest. Liquid Geography is a dry rosé wine made with mencia grapes from 53 year old vines in the region of Bierzo in northwest Spain, a region with a wine history that dates back to the Roman times. Mencia is a red grape that is indigenous to the area. This rosé sees no oak and is fermented and in stainless steel vats. Liquid Geography is produced from vineyards owned by the Guerra winery, which farms 1/3 of all vineyards in the Bierzo region. Out of the 3,000ha (7,413 acres) of vineyard land in Bierzo, Guerra takes care of 1,000ha (2,471 acres), however, they only make wine with the best 10% of grapes. This rigorous selection process allows Liquid Geography to show consistent extraordinary quality.