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Altos de Losada in the opening panel of 25th Aniversary of Wones From Spain Great Match of New York

17 de de 2018

Steve Metzler, founder and co-owner of Classical Wines with his wife Almudena de Llaguno, participated in the opening panel discussion of the 25th Anniversary of Wines from Spain #SpainsGreatMatch NY.
Here are some comments of his, reflecting on the beginning of his more than 40 years in the Spanish wine industry:

My career in wine parallels the renaissance of Spain in the post-Franco era, beginning in 1976. In that year, Spain’s first glossy gastronomical magazine (Club des Gourmets) debuted, and Hugh Johnson’s World Atlas was published in paperback (we stacked that 100 at a time, $7.99 a copy), enabling virtual travel to the wine country.

Remember Spain had dropped off the map following the Civil War and remained hidden during the advent of mass media in the 20th Century. Meanwhile American servicemen came home from tours in France, Germany and Italy and brought awareness of those wines to the American public.

Spain was fascinating not for the wines we were able to taste at the time, but for their theoretical quality based on a study of the conditions responsible for fine northern European wines. Wagner’s Line separating Atlantic from Mediterranean climate zones was an early inspiration, and I adapted this in Spain with a broad arc I called ‘The Quality Crescent’, leading to my first solo itinerary in 1983 (also to the discovery of multiple DOs prior to their inception). Of course, this arc had to include Sanlúcar de Barrameda and its inimitable Manzanilla, reputed to be best drunk only in its region of production—a reputation shared with Albariño at the time.

We spent the 80s and into the 90s reacquainting the markets with the fact that Spain was an integral part of Europe and European winemaking history. Our SWE and WSET lectures of those years focused on geography (latitude and altitude) and history to support.

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08 de August de 2018

The tasting team at JamesSuckling.com tasted and rated more than 2,600 wines in this report within the span of two intense and totally fascinating weeks.
The wide net we cast this year in Spain not only provides readers with a great tool when making buying decisions, it also enables us to find out a great deal about the way the good and great wines of Spain are developing.
Losada 2016
Score 96

Sexy, stylish and complex Bierzo with a wealth of dark graphite and stony aromas, pepper, baking spices and dark berries. Succulent palate with a deep and juicy core of pitch-perfect, ripe and spicy black cherries and blackberries. The tannins are immaculate. Long and regal. Drink or hold.
Publish Date: Thursday, August 2, 2018

Score 98
A very complex and deep-set wine from the outset. This shows a very impressive sense of purity, suggesting immaculate attention to detail in the vineyard. Dark stones and graphite with light, peppery nuances and a deep black-cherry core. The tannins are long, sleek and sexy, like crushed velvet. Long and fresh. Drink or hold.

Score 93

Impressive ripeness. This has intense raspberries and red plums and a wealth of bold yet smooth and ripe tannins. Good depth. Drink or hold.

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Wine dinner at Fera Palma de Mallorca.

16 de July de 2018

wine-paired menu
20/7/18 AT 20:30H
Price: 99€ *
(20% discount for Ci?rculo Mallorqui?n members)
*50% to be paid on booking and the balance on the day of the event. In case of cancellation at least 24 hours in advance of the start of the event, the full amount of the deposit will be returned.
Make your reservation:
971 59 53 01, 682 319 471
or by email reservations@ferapalma.com

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Altos de Losada El Cepón #96. Guía Semana Vitivinícola 2018

27 de June de 2018

Altos de Losada El Cepón #96

Forest fruit preserve, balsamic waxy, organic and mineral , remarkable young wine expression, toasted notes, flavourful palate, soft, succulent, spicy aspect (nutmeg, smoked paprika), deeply telluric.

Altos de Losada 2015 #97
Ripe fruit, fruit-liqueur (plums), crayons, with more weight of fruit, fruit and less reductive notes than the previous vintage, cocoa and carob, huge structure, fine tannins, exceptional mineral character (peat, pencil lead) deeply telluric.

Losada 2016 #94
Ripe black fruit, more varietal expression and freshness than previous vintages, waxy, creamy and spicy notes, balsamic nuances, exceptional texture and citric acidity, with balance and affine cocoa and smoked peat finish.

Altos de Losada La Senda del Diablo 2016 #96
Black fruit, sun drenched grape skins, delicately Smoky and reductive, truffle, peat, crayons, flowers, strong ripe Syrah from the Rhône Valley character, telluric, good texture and structure, sour berries in mid palate, huge terroir and young wine expression, balanced and singular.

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Two new reviews from Wine Spectator: #90 Losada 2016 and #92 La Bienquerida

27 de June de 2018

LOSADA  2016 Score: 90
Lithe and lively, this red shows a core of fresh black cherry flavors, backed by licorice, cocoa and light leafy notes. Light tannins and fresh acidity are balanced, giving way to floral and mineral details on the finish. Drink now through 2022. 10,000 cases made.

Altos de Losada La Bienquerida 2015 Score: 92

This rich red has a dense texture backed by muscular tannins. Ripe flavors of plum and currant mingle with loamy earth, mineral and cola notes. A big, almost brawny style for the region, but balanced. Drink now through 2028. 400 cases made.

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New vintage release: Pájaro Rojo 2017

23 de May de 2018

New vintage release: Pájaro Rojo 2017 "roble", reafirms its outsantding quality 

Pájaro Rojo 2017, the elegant Bierzo red. A  balanced and lively expression of mencia from the Bierzo region.

Vinified with Mencía grapes sourced from old vines of 30-40 years average, selected from the coolest areas, tries a youthful wine, fruity, that shows the most of the varietal and the soils

Powerful bouquet, violet and ripe berry fruit to dark cherry with a hint of luscious plum; structure and concentrated palate

GRAPE: mencía
ESTATE: old vines , selected from the coolest areas.
SOILS: gentle clay slopes

AGEING: 4 months in French oak barrel

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Losada 2015: Top Ten Spanish reds -Canada

13 de March de 2018

Losada 2015: Top Ten Spanish reds -Canadá
Anthony Gismondi, The Spitter
Losada Bierzo 2015
Bierzo, Castilla-Leon, Spain
This my kind of big, red wine, rich and juicy but mineral laden and full of red fruits. It's rich and warm with meaty, smoky, savoury notes. The palate is big and warm but juicy with spicy, vanilla, savoury, black cherry, plum, smoky tobacco and licorice flavours. A blockbuster red you should decant and serve with roasted meats. My choice would be a leg of lamb

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Losada Vinos de Finca. Best of Spain Top 100 @ Prowein 2018!

13 de March de 2018

2016 Losada, DO Bierzo

Losada Vinos de Finca – 10 A184 Prowein 
Dark wild berries, wild herbs, a hint of aniseed,
fennel, distinct spicy nuances, juicy, accessible,
sweet fruitiness, well-balanced, potential

The wine represents the top quality of its
price category

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Great featured article on Losada Vinos De Finca Wine Spectator

13 de March de 2018

Great featured article on Losada Vinos De Finca Wine Spectator! -“Established in 2004 , winemaker Amancio Fernández comes from a deep- rooted family of local grapegrowers. The bodega- a striking work of contemporary architecture- is designed to nurture wines of elegance and purity rather than power ( using French oak, but only larger casks) The vineyards are all owned or managed by the winery and are located in the heart of the region, privileging clay soils that, Fernandez believes beget wines of more subtlety than schist souls common in the region. The whole range shows characteristic freshness and harmony”. WS

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New review that just came out from Wine Spectator: #88 Pájaro Rojo

30 de Januray de 2018

El Pájaro Rojo 2016
Light and crisp, this red offers tart cherry and berry flavors that mingle with leafy and smoky flavors, with firm acidity for structure. Focused and fresh. Drink now through 2020.
—88 Points
—Thomas Matthews, Wine Spectator, Feb 2018

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