Señorío de Barahonda, Campo Arriba Old Vines, Yecla, Spain 2014

Señorío de Barahonda, Campo Arriba Old Vines, Yecla, Spain 2014

(Incl. 19% VAT, €16,67 / liter)

This is an intense wine, loaded with black fruit flavours of blackberries, blueberries followed by freshness of Garnacha. Soft, ripe tannins. Unbelievably beautiful for this price!

Drink now - 2020

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Robert Parker: "The 2014 Campo Arriba comes from one of the highest elevations in Yecla and it's a blend of 70% Mourvèdre, 20% Syrah and 10% Grenache aged three months in small French oak. This winery, started in 1925 by the Candela family, has really hit pay day with this amazing value. Blackberries, blueberries, acacia flowers, and chalky minerality dominate the aromatics and flavours. It is full-bodied, the price is absurdly low for a wine of this quality, and I suspect it can age nicely for another 5-6 years, although its true value is its exuberance, fruit purity and density." 93pts



Yecla is the smallest and northernmost wine region in Murcia, far southeastern Spain. The classic Yecla wine is a rich, dark, fruit-driven red made from Monastrell grapes. Although officially a single region, Yecla is unofficially divided into two zones, distinguished by their relative altitudes. The higher, northern Campo Arriba, with its older vines and more concentrated wines, is generally more highly regarded than the lower, southern Campo Abajo.