Lavia + Finca Paso Malo, sensations of a monastrell full of terroir.

Wine Lavia + Finca Paso Malo, red wine from D.O Bullas 100% Monastrell, of the winery LAVIA  belonging to the group MG Wines.


Intense high-cherry color. It needs time to reveal all its aromatic nuances. At the beginning of the tasting shows us its mineral character, with the aeration evolves towards memories of monte bajo (rosemary) and ends with touches of tobacco and box of cigars. In the mouth it is fresh and powerful, with good structure, broad but without presenting any aggressiveness. With long and persistent finish, followed by sensations of minerality and terroir. The oak is unnoticeable in the nose and there is a sense of harmony and depth.


Alcoholic fermentation in barrels of 500 liters open and later aging 18 months in French oak. Harvest, manual in boxes of 15 kg. Selection in field and in table before the entrance to warehouse. Destemmed and partial crush. Fermentation with indigenous yeast of its own in open French oak barrels of 500 liters, with extraction of hat by “pigeage”. Maceration of 20 days and malo-lactic fermentation in the same barrel.

Bodegas Lavia, a small cellar that shows a great respect for the environment, achieving in a natural way the maximum balance in its plantations and the maximum expression in its wines. This winery has been configured to respect to the maximum the beautiful nature that surrounds it. Its facilities have deposits of reduced capacity, between 5,000 and 10,000 kg, built in French oak and stainless steel.


The production is produced in a natural and artisan way, thus achieving the maximum expression and concentration of the grapes, producing complex wines with their own identity. A winery that practices organic farming.

Bodegas Lavia is located in Venta del Pino, a place of great landscape and wine wealth where payments of the Monastrell variety are found at no less than 800 meters of altitude. In addition, next to them, the winery owns a small plot of Syrah with the realization of the coupage of its Lavia wine.
The soils of the vineyards of Lavia are formed by clays, silts and gravels. It has a Mediterranean climate with continental influence, and is that the D.O. Bullas is characterized by a less warm climate than the rest of Murcia wine regions, a feature that help their wines acquire their own character.


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