The landscape all around the winery is a delight to behold: vineyards, mountains, the sea and the sun. It is a perfect spot to live and nurture our wines. Built back in 1956, the winery was modernised in 1983 but still holds the original oak barrels where the traditional red wine is left to ferment and mature. Age-old practices go hand in hand with modern-day technology.
Old vines, soil as volcanic as you can get, and fermented carbonically.
Heady florals, crushed berries, and licorice spice fill the nose, followed by a fresh, medium bodied palate of tart cranberry, creamy cherry, and cocoa nibs, with savory dried earth and herbs on the long finish.
Hollera paired fabulously with a meal of roasted pork and colorful, tangy herbal pestos.