Volcanus La Mancha 2014
Volcanus Tempranillo stands out for its cherry red color, clean and bright. Powerful nose, fruity, fresh, pleasant taste, finish with berries and red fruit.
Spain ranks third in overall production behind France and Italy, but quality, value and diversity are maintained as significant aspects of its wine industry. The country has recently seen an influx of capital and expertise, an increase in the use of state-of-the-art equipment, and a new generation of talented, highly educated winemakers who have artfully succeeded in balancing innovation with tradition. The varieties found in Spain are too numerous to relay in full, but a few key ones include: Tempranillo, Garnacha, Verdejo, Albarino, and Malvasia.