You can still make real discoveries in less well-known wine regions. Trouvailles that surprise in comparative tastings. An example is this wine from the small Almansa, located between the large wine region La Mancha and the coast near Denia, in Southeastern Spain. Here director and oenologist Juan Pablo Bonete makes a special wine from the native garnacha tinton grape. A grape with red flesh and juice from which heavy wines used to be made. Now, with an adjusted vinification, it turns out that this grape is very suitable to make accessible, smooth red wines.