The Sommelier and Blogger Sara Lehman, from Somm in the City, visits Bodegas Társila
This summer the New Yorker sommelier Sara Lehman visited us during her trip to Spain. A family-owned winery lover, even more if their stories are unique as Bodegas Társila, she was thrilled with the visit. We tasted with her some of our wines and she loved the limited production Társila Amazona Collection, a tribute to Társila. Sara, Sommelier and Chef, also writes for her blog Somm in The City and she talks about her visit to our winery in her last post Tasting in Spain with Bodegas Társila!
They produce traditional Spanish wines, utilizing the soils and climate that Tempranillo grows well in, but to keep things modern and exciting, they also grow Verdejo, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Gewürztraminer. I had their 2018 vintage of this blend, and it was out of this world. Crisp and refreshing with notes of lemon, pear, minerality, and some stone fruit. On the palate it’s complex and bright with a ton of personality and freshness. This is a wine I am hoping comes to the USA, as soon as possible!
— Sara Lehman, tasting our white wine Társila Amazona Tierra
A rosé made from Petit Verdot, another grape I really enjoy! This wine is very new world in style, but old world in taste, and is very fresh. I really love this wine for fall to be honest, because it will easily pair with root vegetables and can absolutely stand up to a beef stew.
— Sara Lehman, tasting our pale rosé wine Társila Amazona Aire
They also offer a Petit Verdot, which is bold and luscious and full of plum, blackberry, and currants. On the palate its smooth with a nice spice and lingering seductive finish.
— Sara Lehman, tasting our red wine Társila Amazona Agua
From Bodegas Társila we would like to thank Sara Lehman for her visit and her lovely writing dedicated to our winery in her blog Somm in the City: Tasting in Spain with Bodegas Társila!