Laya 2013: The new vintage of Bodegas Atalaya’s baby now on sale

It was just over four years ago that Decántalo was created. Throughout these years, we’ve learnt to identify “booms”: Wines that cause an overwhelming amount of frenzy in the market, almost always with high rankings from critics, but with the frenzy being short-lived.

Generally, these “boom” wines are replaced by new trends, which  are sooner or later replaced by others. It’s a bit like a wine version of the “circle of life”.

Few wines manage to meet the expectations of our clients vintage after vintage, always being featured in our top 10 most sold wines, regardless of external factors.

So we are especially excited to talk to you today about the arrival onto the market of Laya 2013, the new vintage of Bodegas Atalaya’s youngest wine, Juan Gil Orowines’s project in the D.O. Almansa.

Laya is an example of how to win over consumers vintage after vintage: Offering an excellent wine with extremely good value for money.

Laya 2013 is a blend of Garnacha tintorera (70%) and Monastrell (30%) from vineyards located at an altitude of 800 metres, in the outskirts of the town of Almansa (Albacete).

This wine is a seductive, bright ruby red. In the nose, there is an explosion of black fruit, nuanced by sweet spices and floral notes. On the palate it is consistent, tasty, rounded… heady.

The only negative is that this wine always sells out within its first few months on sale. So if you fancy trying Laya 2013, we recommend you don’t wait too long to get your hands on a bottle.

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