One of the assets that Canarian winemakers have is something that very few other regions can claim: extremely old vines. Because of the region’s isolation from the mainland, phylloxera never arrived in the Canary Islands, meaning that vines can quite literally be hundreds of years old – with hundreds of years of complexity.
Suertes del Marqués, with it’s ancient Tenerife island vineyards and organically farmed, indigenous grapes, has a fast growing reputation.
These wines are as natural as you like, but they are crystal clear and pristine. The volcanic soils give spice and peppery minerality.
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