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Back to business: ProWein 2022. Hope to see you ¡ ProWein from 15–17 May 2022.

12 de May de 2022

ProWein is the world’s leading trade fair for wine and spirits, the largest industry meeting for professionals from viticulture, production, trade and gastronomy.
Three days of concentrated business and a highly promising ancillary programme prove that ProWein is THE meeting place No. 1 for the industry. Be part of it in 2022. To another great year.

We invite you to come visit our stand and to taste our new vintages of our mencía, godello and garnacha tintorera: Losada, Altos de Losada, La Bienquerida, El Cepón, Losada Godello, Altos de Losada Godello, Pájaro Rojo and La Senda del Diablo

We are looking forward to meeting you.

Losada Vinos de Finca
See you at Prowein (Düsseldorf) next May 
Spain Pavilion 13, ICEX Hall 13
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Losada Vinos de Finca Hall 13 F80

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Vivir El Vino, 365 Wine Guide to the Year 2022

11 de Januray de 2022

La Bienquerida 2019  98 points

Clean, intense, elegant and sober, it is an "all in one" to enjoy the area and the variety. Jammy fruit, licorice, toffee, new leather, sweet spices and a pleasant mineral side. The palate is full-bodied, long and broad, with ripe tannins and excellent acidity, where the nose is overturned in its way, with an intense and long finish.

El Cepón 98
Altos de Losada Godello Viña de San Lorenzo 95
Losada Godello 93
Losada 93

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James Suckling chooses five wines from DO Bierzo for his list TOP 100 WINES OF SPAIN 2021

10 de December de 2021

several wines from our DO have been included by American wine critic James Suckling in his list of the Top 100 wines in Spain.

#7 Losada Vinos de Finca, La Bienquerida 2018, 97 p.
#40 Descendientes de J. Palacios, Las Lamas 2018, 97 puntos
#43 Descendientes de J. Palacios, Moncerbal 2018, 96 puntos
#57 Losada Vinos de Finca, Altos de Losada Godello, Villa de San Lorenzo 2019, 94 puntos
#58 Pittacum Mencía 2018, 94 puntos

Just over a month ago, we finished our tasting of 1,500 Spanish wines, and from those we whittled our list down to the Top 100 for 2021. Above all, it shows that the country is currently at a crossroads of change, with innovative, young producers joining and sometimes surpassing their well-versed and traditional cohort in making superb wines in a mosaic of styles from revived vineyards, cooler terroirs and forgotten grapes.

There are seven mencia wines on the Top 100 list this year, led by the Losada Vinos de Finca Mencía Bierzo Altos de Losada La Bienquerida 2018 at No. 7 – a wine defined by its incredible value for money and irresistible drinkability with fresh, crunchy fruit and ultra-fine tannins. If you have been craving a serious Beaujolais cru, then you should not miss old-vine mencia from Bierzo, Valdeorras and Ribeira Sacra.

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18 de de 2021

There’s no denying that the main calling card for Spanish wines is their affordability, although more sophisticated elements of the winemaking process itself, such as oak maturation, blending and oxidation, are seeping into the country’s overall wine personality profile and in some cases gaining an upper hand over more intrinsic factors like varietal character and provenance.

But over the last five to 10 years, we have also seen Spanish winemakers craft more balanced, fresh and terroir-transparent wines, with less of a focus on so-called sophistication in the process and more attention paid to local grape varieties. And after tasting nearly 1,500 Spanish wines this year, we see a renaissance happening in the country, with more wineries aiming to fine-tune their style and make more drinkable wines, showing plenty of nuance and less manipulated extraction or obvious new oak cosmetics.

Overall, it’s a better way of bringing authenticity to consumers’ dinner tables, giving them (and us) a chance to appreciate more aesthetically provocative wines. Winemakers are no longer simply producing coconutty, transparently flattering wines and expecting success. In fact, regions like Galicia are going in the opposite direction, breaking out of the hidebound winemaking mode and taking aim at a higher aesthetic: zingy freshness and drinkability.

Using grapes like mencia, albariño, and godello, northwest Atlantic-influenced regions like Galicia are spearheading the Spanish take on oceanic freshness, with pioneering winemakers like the Palacio family, Telmo Rodriguez, Raul Perez and Paul Hobbs, who has partnered with Galician winemaker Antonio Lopez, taking Spain’s dynamic wine scene to the next level.

The old-vine mencia, from the rugged vineyards of Bierzo, Ribeira Sacra, and Valdeorras, is Spain’s tribute to Beaujolais sensibility, with a bit more depth. These are usually crunchy, medium-bodied wines with bright acidity and savory tannins, exuding authentic, fresh, flinty red and blue fruit and a cool herbal note reminiscent of a pure and well-made Loire cabernet franc. The use of indigenous yeast and some whole clusters also capture the fresh and authentic side of mencia, adding a wild yet ethereal, tangy and racy character.

The Palacios consistently make great mencias that we rate very highly. But if you are looking for value from mencia and some field blends, then the Envínate Ribeira Sacra Lousas Viñas de aldea Vinos Atlánticos 2019 and the Losada Vinos de Finca Mencía Bierzo Altos de Losada La Bienquerida 2018 are great choices for your shopping cart. The massive success of these revived old mencia vineyards, on their elevated, steep slopes, prove that all the hard work of both Bierzo’s cooperatives and winemakers has paid off.


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Fantastic scores from James Suckling for Losada Vinos de Finca

24 de September de 2021

Altos de Losada Godello Villa de San Lorenzo 2019
Score: 94 Points
Baked apples, jack fruit, lemon rind, smoked almonds and grilled herbs on the nose. Medium-to full-bodied with a phenolic, almost chewy texture. Concentrated, nutty and subtly smoky character. Long. Drink or hold.

Altos de Losada La Bienquerida, vino de paraje Las Chas 2019
Score: 94 Points
A dense and layered mencia with dark fruit, spices and hints of dark chocolate. Medium to full body. Creamy texture. Needs two or three years to open. Try after 2023, but already approachable.

Losada 2019
Score: 92 Points
Sweet berries with some fresh flowers on the nose. It’s medium-bodied with firm, silky tannins and a delicious finish. Lightly citrusy in the aftertaste. Drink now.

Losada Godello 2020
Score: 93 Points
Green apple, lime, pineapple, melon rind and herbs on the nose. It’s medium-to full-bodied with fresh acidity and a creamy, succulent palate. Excellent concentration and length. Delicious. Drink now.

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Decanter. Best new Spanish wines: 18 to try. Altos de Losada 2018, 92

14 de September de 2021

Alongside its classic styles, Spain is producing a raft of exciting alternatives, taking advantage of new winemaking techniques while rediscovering native grapes and reinventing traditional styles. Chris Wilson recommends a selection of classic and new-wave bottles from recent tastings.

Altos de Losada 2018, vino de villa de Valtuille de Arriba
The thick-skinned Mencía grape can produce butch, heavy wines but here it’s showcased in all its floral, red-fruited glory. A light-footed approach draws out the strawberry jam and blueberry characters, which are nicely off-set by toasty oak and a smidge of set honey on the finish. Refreshing and approachable.

Drinking Window 2021 - 2028

by Chris Wilson

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Losada Godello 2020 Excellent concentration and length

01 de September de 2021

The american critic James Suckling scores our Losada Godello
beautiful words and tasting.

Green apple, lime, pineapple, melon rind and herbs on the nose. It’s medium-to full-bodied with fresh acidity and a creamy, succulent palate. Excellent concentration and length. Delicious. Drink now.

More info about Losada Godello 2020 http://www.losadavinosdefinca.com/losada-godello

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New vintage of La Bienquerida, a 2019 with great balance and potential

24 de August de 2021

Altos de Losada La Bienquerida 2019, wine from "Las Chas" vineyard
Only 2000 bottles of one of the wines with more followers of Losada Vinos de Finca.

Available in 75cl bottle and presented in a box of four wooden bottles and also in magnum. It is waiting for you!

La Bienquerida 2019, "vino de paraje" (lieu-dit)

#98 Guía de la Semana Vitivinícola 

Ripe and balsamic black fruit, plum skin, green and roasted coffee, liquorice root, peat, flower petal, tobacco, lactic notes. Mineral profile (grey), meaty, spicy, pepper and cumin, fragrant and minty liqueur. Tasty and full-bodied, rich fruity acidity, with elegant bitterness. Great balance and potential

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New Spanish wine classifications gain momentum

18 de August de 2021

Even in DO regions which have emerged in more recent times and those with more challenging climates there is enthusiasm for similar schemes. Bierzo, located at the north-western tip of Castile and León and bordering Galicia, is keen to put villages and locations on the map with both the Vinos de Villa and Vinos de Paraje classifications. Indeed giving the nature of this DO which, like Priorat, tends to feature small vineyard holdings and a rich variety of locations, the move arguably makes good sense having put its flagship red grape Mencía on the wine map.

Here Losada Vinos de Finca has played an important role in defining the new style of Bierzo wines with winemaker Amancio Fernández at the helm. Turning to the region’s new classifications, the bodega is now backing both horses with one Vino de Paraje – Altos de Losada La Bienquerida - and two Vino de Villa wines – Villa de San Lorenzo and Villa de Valtuille de Arriba - already in the market. Fernández is keen to point out that gaining the official classifications are far more relevant for marketing the wines as he explains: “We were already working along these lines in the bodega – our winemaking hasn’t changed – the classifications are geared to help the consumer to discover the diversity on offer.”

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Guía de Vino 2021 Semana Vitivinícola has awarded great scores to Losada Vinos de Finca

13 de July de 2021

Altos de Losada Godello, Villa de San Lorenzo 2019

Perfumed and deep. Ripe white fruit (apple), apple peel. Elegant mineral traces, grey stone and chalk. Collection of peppers, dried herbs and flowers. Creamy lees and elegantly smoky undertones. Great presence on the palate, with elegance, lemony herbs and a unctuous mouthfeel. Fantastic structure and great ageing potential.

El Cepón 2019

Elegant and concentrated. Sweet, ripe wild black berries, bitu men, wax, undergrowth and peat. Fine balsamic notes, clear mineral profile (grey), complex and spicy, with lactic hints at the end of the nose. Fleshy palate, with floral and citrus peel notes. Great structure, rich acidity and silky tannins. Racial, saline, long and with a lot of potential.

La Bienquerida 2019, vino de paraje

Ripe and balsamic black fruit, plum skin, green and roasted coffee, liquorice root, peat, flower petal, tobacco, lactic notes. Mineral profile (grey), meaty, spicy, pepper and cumin, fragrant and minty liqueur. Tasty and full-bodied, rich fruity acidity, with elegant bitterness. Great balance and potential.

Losada Godello 2020

Ripe white fruit and citrus, lime peel, cut grass and hay. Mineral and saline profile, collection of peppers, ginger, herbal infusion, smoky ash undertones. Full-bodied and flavoursome on the palate. Frank, vertical and citric, with great structure and feel. Very long, with potential

Losada 2019

Perfumed. Sweet black fruit, honeycomb wax and plum skin. Red mineral undertone (clay), elegant peppers and fresh balsa mic notes, flower and peat. Elegant palate, measured acidity, savoury toasted notes, smoke, silky tannins. Long and well balanced. iw bris fiunt end

Altos de Losada 2019, villa de Valtuille de Arriba

Black fruit, plums and blackberries, floral notes, waxy notes from the crianza. Sweet and spicy woods, liquorice, leather, coconut water and a slightly lactic undertone. Grey mineral impression. Frank and tasty palate, with a very good acid structure and cre amy tannins. Good fruit content, very long.

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