Mandrágora Vinos De Pueblo Tragaldabas 2016
Producer: Mandrágora Vinos De Pueblo
Grape(s): Rufete (Tinta Pinheira)
This wine was part of Eater Wine Club’s November 2022 box, curated by sommelier Cha McCoy. Learn more about our November wines and join Eater Wine Club today! Join Eater Wine Club today!
Tasting notes on the wine:
"And like a red Burgundy, this has fine-grained tannins and a mouthwatering acidity. It’s also silky and wonderfully balanced, with notes of cherry and raspberry. Serve as a pre-meal snack with your favorite cured meats.” — Cha McCoy
About the winemaker:
"In 2012, wine-passionate friends Rebeca, Silvia, César, and Nacho had their first vintage under the Mandrágora label. The group settled on Sierra de Salamanca, a region known for making red wines similar to something you might find in Burgundy, but with the native grape, rufete." — Cha McCoy