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The Damned Rabbits

Organic and handpicked grapes. A new red wine made from grapes which are strong enough to survive the gluttony of the naughty rabbits

This is the red wine version, again going through a spontaneous fermentation in amphorae of whole bunches of grapes and indigenous yeasts. There is no fining or filtration. This wine has a crunchy, textured red and dried fruit and is superbly balanced with fresh acidity lending the wine a long fruity finish.

TYPE

Still-Red

COUNTRY

Spain

GRAPE

Tempranillo

REGION

Meseta alta de Toledo

VINTAGE

2018

WINERY

Bodegas MQV

£13.50

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TASTING NOTES

FLAVOURS & AROMAS

TASTE PROFILE

  • Body medium
  • Sweetness dry
  • Tannin medium
  • Acidity medium
  • Alcohol 13.5%
HANDLING​

Serve

14-16ºC

Decant

No

Cellar

Drink now or keep it up to 3 years
FOOD PAIRING

Cured meat

Iberian pork loin

Vegetables

Pumpkin lasagne with tofu and ricotta

White meat

Roasted pork tenderloin and mashed potatoes
THE STORY
BODEGAS MAS QUE VINOS

Three friends – three winemakers

Bodegas Mas Que Vinos is more than just wine… That is what it means!

The story began in 1998 where 3 winemakers, each with extensive winemaking experience, became friends and decided to join forces:  Margarita Madrigal, Alexandra Schmedes and Gonzalo Rodríguez.

The foundation for their winery dates back to 1851 to Gonzalo’s family winery in Dosbarrios, located in the Mesa de Ocaña, close to Toledo.

They started their joint venture in 1999, basing their winemaking philosophy on the quality and characteristics of the the indigenous grape varieties: Cencibel (another name for Tempranillo), Garnacha, Airén and Malvar.

All the vineyards are farmed organically, without the use of pesticides and chemical fertilisers. All wines are vegan as no animal products are used in the process of making the wines. The winery also practise sustainability and are working towards continually reducing their CO2 emissions and reusing and recycling In order to protect the environment.