Bobal: widely planted, little known

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Bobal: widely planted, little known. It’s Spain’s second most planted red grape after Tempranillo, but a lot of it goes into nameless bulk wine production and grape concentrate.

Fortunately, its virtues have been being rediscovered and there are plenty of old vines to play with – such as those that produced the grapes for this delicious Valencian bottle.

At just £7.50, this concentrated, textured organic wine is another great example of the awesome value available across Spain. Bravo.

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