-This wine, made in Bodegas Mano a Mano, has been awarded 93 points
-Another wine, Mano a Mano, which gives its name to the Bodega also stood out with 91 points, as well as obtaining 5 stars, which is the maximum award in terms of value for money
Venta La Ossa TNT, with 93 points, is the highest scored wine within Vino de la Tierra de Castilla in Guía Peñín 2017, whose scores have just been published and will be presented officially on 27 October at the Salón de los Grandes vinos de España in Madrid. In addition to the Tempranillo variety from Castilla La Mancha, this wine, made in Bodegas Mano a Mano, includes the Touriga Nacional variety, which provides it an exclusive and original character that has been very well received by tasters.
Located in the municipality of Alhambra, in the province of Ciudad Real, Bodegas Mano a Mano has just reached the 10-year mark since it committed to making quality wines in Castilla La Mancha, where half of the Spanish vineyards are located. It has been a decade in which the main aim has been to pursue quality and to research the possibilities that the different plots, climates and types of soils have to offer. This has led to the adaptation of varieties such as the Touriga Nacional, from Portugal, which following a perfect acclimation to the soil of Castilla La Mancha has been combined with Tempranillo to make an exclusive wine that surprises with its intensity and balsamic nature. Only 10,000 bottles have been made.
The work at Bodegas Mano a Mano has also been recognised for the other wines it makes: Venta La Ossa Tempranillo 2013 has obtained 92 points and Venta La Ossa Syrah 2013, 91. Other great news has been the 91 points obtained by Mano a Mano 2014, which has also been awarded 5 stars for its great value for money. The wine that gives its name to this Bodega has just refreshed its image for the launch of the 2014 vintage to the market. This wine expresses the maturity that the bodega has acquired throughout its ten years of existence.