RATED 92 POINTS – JAMES SUCKLING
In the wake of the Spanish Civil War, many Spanish vignerons were left without wineries, resources, or a market for their wines. So in 1958, a society named “La Magdalena” was formed to pool the expertise and experience of generations old wine growers and forge a vision for the future.
On the wind swept plateau of central Spain, sun flowers, windmills, and gnarled old vine Tempranillo grow in harmony. It’s from these sandy soils that Vega Moragona was born. The “La Duna” single vineyard site takes advantage of the moderating effects of the Júcar river as it cools the region as it flows away from the central meseta.
Powerful and aromatic and featuring aromas of cooked blackberry, dried currant, and ripe plum with accents of licorice, coffee, cassis and vanilla.
Slow Cooked Ox Tail with Onions
Assertive cheese such as Seared Halloumi or Smoked Mozzarella