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The oenologist Roberto Santana (right) explains to the authors of this book how he makes his wines.

● A wine from a microplot that produces between 600 and 900 bottles a year that are gone as soon as they are for sale

ENVÍNATE
Táganan Margalagua
Red aged in barrel from Listán Bago, Listán Gacho, Malvasia Negra, Baboso, Mulata grapes and others

What this wine tells us
A wine from a microplot that produces between 600 and 900 bottles a year that are gone as soon as they are for sale; aged 8 months in concrete, barrel and bottle. One of the most Atlantic wines from the Canary Islands, given its delicate freshness and refinement. A very fine wine. Its aroma is reminiscent of tea, red fruit and minerality; as well as a touch of sweet and well-integrated wood. It has a pleasant and round texture, with mature tannins and a long finish.

Its dancing partner
Exquisite with fried octopus from the region.

Trivia
Nominated as the “revelation wine” from Spain in the prestigious Guía Peñín for 2013, a special honor for the Canary Islands.

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