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Castaño Hécula 2017Bodegas Castaño
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Red wine made with the Monastrell grape grown at 750 meters altitude on 2 farms owned by Bodegas Castaño: Pozuelo and Las Gruesas. It is aged for 6 months in French and American oak barrels. His name is as Yecla was called at the time of the Romans. Good price-quality ratio.
Red wine made with the Monastrell grape grown at 750 meters altitude on 2 farms owned by Bodegas Castaño: Pozuelo and Las Gruesas. It is aged for 6 months in French and American oak barrels. His name is as Yecla was called at the time of the Romans. Good price-quality ratio. The Castaño Family is one of the referents in the wine sector of Yecla (Murcia), for its trajectory and achievements obtained with the variety of greater roots in the area: the Monastrell. They have vineyards with an extension of almost 600 hectares distributed in different points of the D.O. Yecla At present, sons of Ramón Castaño have been introducing the latest technological advances both in the winery and in the vineyard, with a common goal: quality.
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- DO Yecla
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Av. Fuente Álamo, 3, 30510 Yecla, España
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