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Losada Godello 2019, 93 points in the American publication Wine Spectator

10 de March de 2021

Losada Godello 2019, 93 points in the American publication Wine Spectator
Our Losada Godello 2019 is a winner.
#93 Wine Spectator
Alluring, in the modern style, this opulent white delivers bold , ripe flavors of honeydew, candied mandarin, vanilla and spice. There's a plush texture, with just enough acidity to keep this fresh. Drink now through 2024

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James Suckling scores Losada, Altos de Losada and La Bienquerida (February 10, 2021)

11 de February de 2021

WEEKLY TASTING REPORT (FEB 1-7, 2021).Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Monday, February 8, 2021
Country Spain
Region Castilla y León
Vintage 2018
Pine-cone, wild-blackberry, blueberry, lavender, bark, clove and white-pepper aromas. It’s medium-bodied with sleek, ultra fine tannins and fresh acidity. So elegant and refined with beautiful freshness. Silky layers carry you along. Tangerine and orange peel. Hard to resist. Drink or hold.

Country Spain

Region Castilla y León

Vintage 2018

Aromas of wild blackberries, violets, lavender, cloves and dried black mushrooms. It’s medium-bodied with silky, velvety tannins and bright acidity. Crushed-stone notes, too. Focused and wonderfully fresh. Drink or hold

92 LOSADA 2018

Country Spain

Regionf Castilla y León

Vintage 2018
Crushed berries, wild blackcurrants, licorice, black pepper and purple flowers on the nose. It’s medium-to full-bodied with fine-grained, succulent tannins. Elegantly floral and spiced with a flavorful, fresh finish. So drinkable now, but will hold, too.

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Eat & Drink Spain: Tasting of Losada Godello in Poland by Ferran Centelles

14 de de 2020

Spanish top sommelier Ferran Centelles has chosen the six wines for the online tasting called “Spain, back to classics,” organized by Foods & Wines from Spain and Spain’s Trade Commission in Warsaw.

Ferran Centelles began his professional career as a sommelier at elBulli, which has been repeatedly recognized as the best restaurant in the world. For 13 years he was part of the restaurant team, being responsible for the wine list. Currently, running the Wineissocial.com platform and The Barcelona Wine School, he is involved in the education and promotion of wine culture. He collaborates with the elBulli foundation of Ferran Adria, creating the Bullipedia encyclopedia, a 35-volume compendium about gastronomy. He has been awarded as the Best Spanish Sommelier (2006), with the Spanish National Award for Gastronomy (2011), the Professional of the Year (2013) and Outstanding Alumni of WSET Wine & Spirits Education Trust.

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Following on from the activities to promote Spanish wines in Poland, which began with the tasting of Almudena Alberca (MW), A WALK AROUND THE GREAT SPANISH DIVERSITY, in which Losada 2017 was selected

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Enjoy the villas and landscapes of El Bierzo in autumn!

25 de September de 2020

It is now when a visit to the region of El Bierzo becomes essential to enjoy the landscape, with its yellow, brown and orange colours and new experiences.

Its seasonal products such as chestnuts and apples Reineta and its traditional dishes such as Botillo, the true star of this region's gastronomy, together with a cuisine with more avant-garde trends, you will want to accompany them for the first time with Paraje (lieu-dit) wines and wines from Villa of  Losada winery, one of the first wineries to launch wines for this new label, which represent a new era.

The new classifications of vineyards are subject to greater demands on production and greater control, and the vineyards of the new municipalities are put to good use.

Mencia and Godello are the two native varieties of the region that make their wines unique and different from the rest, but others such as Garnacha Tintorera, Estaladiña or Merenzao are also involved in these wines with the new labelling in geographical units.

Altos de Losada. Villa de San Lorenzo wine 2019, is a limited edition, as the area has all the characteristics to produce a great godello: altitude, fresh area that allows slow ripening, and slate soil. It is aged for eight months on lees 80% in used French oak casks of 2,000 litres.
It shows aromas of citrus and white flowers, stone fruit and pear, minerality and a certain saltiness. Generous and mature, with great freshness and vitality.
Production: less than 1,000 bottles
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Altos de Losada. Wine from Villa de Valtuille de Arriba 2018, a red that has its origin in 17 small pieces of old Mencia vineyard. Recovered by Losada Vinos de Finca, they have been grown and produced separately. The encounter between the clays of its origin and its 15 months of aging in French oak barrels, form an earthy, lively, carnal, and deeply captivating wine. Elegant, fragrant and complex nose. The first wine to be made in Losada and which sums up the philosophy of its land project.
Production: 20.000 bottles
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Altos de Losada "La Bienquerida" came from "las Chas"2018. (lieu-dit)  La Bienquerida is a small vineyard with slate soils, mencía and other little known varieties (estaladiña and merenzao among others). Almost on the verge of disappearing, it has been recovered by Losada Vinos de Finca. It shows the combination between a singular vineyard, the variety and man.
It remains for 15 months in French oak barrels of different sizes. Fresh violet, mischievous minerality, a layer of chocolate over the ripe fruit, and melted tannins that captivate with their delicacy.
Production: 3.000 bottles 
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The foundation of Losada Vinos de Finca is the viticulture and interpretation of the terroir of El Bierzo. Located on the Losada estate, halfway between Cacabelos and Villafranca, the challenge is to choose plots where each variety is best expressed, following a traditional production process and a subtle use of the barrel, which gives prominence to the terroir.

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The first DO Bierzo wines with the new labelling in geographical units are launched on the market

06 de July de 2020

Losada Vinos de Finca being one of the first wineries to launch wines under the new labelling:
   Altos de Losada "La Bienquerida", a wine from the area (paraje) 

   Altos de Losada Godello, Villa of San Lorenzo 

   Altos de Losada, Villa de Valtuille de Arriba  
The use of two historic native varieties - Merenzao and Estaladiña - is also permitted, as well as the possibility of producing single-variety Garnacha Tintorera (Altos de Losada "La Senda del Diablo")

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10 de June de 2020

Wednesday, June 10, 2020
We are proud, grateful and happy with the mentions by the American critic James Suckling, first Losada 2016 and now our Losada Godello 2018.


Country Spain
Region Castilla y León
Vintage 2018
93 Attractive dried herbs and a fresh, minerally edge and plenty of lemon, too. The palate has a supple and elegant feel with a juicy, elegant and very pristine, linear style. Drink now.

The wine world is full of comparisons to get consumers to try something new. “If you like A, try B” is the standard invitation. So, for this report we are borrowing that template to say: “if you like Chablis, try godello.”
Godello is an unsung grape that is just starting to receive more exposure. It is understandable if you don’t drink a lot of it, if any at all. The 1970s and 1980s saw a resurgence of the variety among discerning producers, which saved it from the brink of extinction. And now, plantations have returned in the cooler areas of Spain, concentrated in the vineyards of Valdeorras, as well as in Bierzo, Ribeira Sacra and Monterrei. Unlike mencia, the old vines of godello are much rarer, even though the quality is already reassuring.
Godello is a versatile variety that is often shaped by both terroir and vintage and leaves the winemaker’s thumbprint on the wine. I find the variety is rich in flavors from lemon zest, green apples, quince, to a floral perfume and even reaches tropical notes in a warmer vintage. But good renditions manage to disguise this richness with a mineral sensibility, recalling a sense of the slate soils in Valdeorras. In a way, this subtlety resembles Muscadet and its “crystalline flavors,” which is why I think the comparison to Chablis is apt — a “sharpened” chardonnay with texture and roundness, especially when coming from a cooler vintage.
Godello also rewards winemaking effort. Like chardonnay, and to some extent albarino too, it is a malleable blank canvas onto which winemakers can splash their creativity. When this includes the length of lees contact and the frequency of batonnage (lee-stirring), which can enrich the mouthfeel and render more mid-palate creaminess and perhaps a hint of reductive character, the Spanish word “sobre lias” (on lees) may appear on the label as sign of quality.
As mencia epitomizes Spain’s freshness in red, godello expresses the same drinkable philosophy as a summer white through its zesty fruit and racy acidity. It’s a white I’d crave on a hot summer afternoon. While being highly drinkable and appetizing, godello also ages nicely and often outlives many white wines. You can expect at least five to eight years of life expectancy, and at a modest price.
See below our pick of eight bottles from the 2018 vintage that retail around $15. These provide an alternative to Chablis for your seafood.

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05 de June de 2020

Mencia is the epitome of Spanish freshness. Genetically identical to Portugal’s jaen grape, mencia has had huge success in Spain thanks to acute winemaking know-how, conjuring freshness, authenticity and drinkability in red wines from Galicia. Bierzo, Ribeira Sacra and Valdeorras are prominent DO appellations to be sought out.

Like many neglected grapes, mencia was once considered a little simple and rustic. Young vines planted on plain, fertile land often translate into wines of significant volume, even though mencia is not known for its yields.

But this promising variety has undergone a revival since the discovery of some old vines rooted in the poor but slate-rich soils on steep hillsides, a terroir that conjures up the landscape of Priorat, and this has had a big impact on mencia’s quality. These old vines produce grapes concentrated in tangy flavors but rarely get too jammy or candied fruit-like, producing wines with focused, fresh fruit often featuring strawberries, dark cherries and plums, along with fine herbs and floral perfume. The bright, lively acidity of mencia can rinse the palate, making it extremely food-friendly, and the dense flavors are framed in a taut, grippy medium body, sometimes lightly peppery with a sense of minerality in the finish.

The styles of mencia also reflect well of the land and the vintage. Depending on where it is grown, it drifts from a fruity and lightly rustic gamay to a cool, spicy syrah, or from an ethereal, elegant pinot noir to a fresh, concentrated Loire cabernet franc, sometimes with a rich and spicy edge of grenache in a warmer year. The vibrant mencia makes wines that deserve to be appreciated in their own right.

That said, winemaking also gives mencia versatility, and what I find it tantalizing about this grape is that more thoughtful, avant-garde winemakers like Raul Perez and the Palacios have successfully conjured “naturalness” without deliberately making “natural wine”.

With minimal intervention to bring transparency and the uniqueness of the terroir into the glass, I sense that for mencia, “naturalness” is not a creed, but more like a concept. It sets no boundaries and does not bind the hands of winemakers, but creates honest and heartfelt wines that are closer to the vineyards than to the winery, more agricultural than they are industrial.

Today, mencia wines make up many of the hidden gems waiting to be discovered, especially by wine lovers who look for natural purity of fruit and drinkability. But don’t expect to be guided by labels and categories. “Naturalness” and “authenticity” come hand in hand with mencia wines, a byproduct perhaps of the free spirit of the people who make them.

Check out the following eight bottles we selected under $30 for mencia. These wines are a starting point for the exceptional values of mencia. With their fresh fruit and vibrant acidity,they go great with tacos or enchiladas!

Losada Vinos de Finca Mencía Bierzo 2016 – JS96
US Average Price: $19

Review Losada. Great Value

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This summer Losada Godello 2019, will be your best travel companion.

27 de May de 2020

Wellness will be the main trend this coming summer. We don't want crowds, but we do want wide and quiet spaces in the middle of nature. That's why we want you in El Bierzo, enjoying Godello Finca Losada 2019, with the confidence that everything will improve after the stress. Who said that plans for the summer can't be changed without ceasing to be suggestive, fun and healthy?

Losada Godello 2019, is a fresh wine, which is perfect for these days of high temperatures, definitely gastronomic and ready to enjoy it. Greasy, fresh and elegant, it is voluminous and delicate in the mouth, with a citric acidity that brings freshness and invites to drink it. Notes of white fruit that are previously appreciated in the nose and a sweet finish with mineral touches characteristic of the plot where it was located, from slate soils in San Lorenzo and San Esteban de Valdueza, at more than 600 meters above sea level.It is an unpressed wine aged for 6 months on fine lees 75% in stainless steel and 25% in used 500 litre French oak barrels.

It fits perfectly with fresh dishes such as: sea bass ceviche, octopus and avocado salad, prawn avocado or a spicy soup of mussels, cockles and vegetables. In general, baked or grilled fish and white meats.
The foundation of Losada Vinos de Finca is the viticulture and interpretation of the terroir of El Bierzo. Located on the Losada estate, halfway between Cacabelos and Villafranca, the challenge is to choose plots where each variety is best expressed, following a traditional production process and a subtle use of the barrel, which gives prominence to the terroir.¡

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Colin Harkness on Wine: News from the vine!

04 de May de 2020

Colin tastes our Altos de Losada mencía from "pequeñas parcelas" and explain about mencía grape, Bierzo area. Listen the tasting notes here.

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New review: Bierzo Altos de Losada Viñedos Viejos 2017 #92 pts

27 de Januray de 2020

New review: Bierzo Altos de Losada Viñedos Viejos 2017 #92 pts

Tasting Note

A velvety texture conceals depth and structure in this balanced red. Plum, cocoa, loamy earth and mineral notes mingle over well-integrated tannins. Balsamic acidity keeps this lively.
Drink now through 2027. 3,700 cases made, 750 cases imported.
— TM Issue Feb 29, 2020

Altos de Losada 2017 also scored 93 points on the list of Spanish Wines published last by the American wine critic James Suckling.

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