Customize your own box with 6 bottles and get a gift

Customize your own box with 6 bottles and get a gift

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Bodegas Martín Códax, D.O. Rías Baixas
Martín Códax
Martín Códax
Aguardiente blanco
Herb liquor
Coffee liquor
Alba Martín
Martín Códax Vindel
Martín Códax Espumoso
Cuatro pasos
Cuatro pasos black
Cuatro pasos
Pizarras de Otero
Martín Sarmiento
Alma atlántica
Alma atlántica Albariño
Alma atlántica Mencía
Alma Atlántica Sangría
Alma Atlántica Sangría Rosé
Terras do Cigarrón
Mara Martín
Terras do Cigarrón
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Martín Sarmiento
Martín Sarmiento

Martín Sarmiento

Box of 3 bottles. Vintage 2011.

132,00 €

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Martín Sarmiento is made with a selection of the best mencía grapes from the centenary grapevines cultivated in El Bierzo’s mountain vineyards. 

The harvest is manually done in 20 kg boxes. Once the grape has arrived to the winery and, after been carefully selected, a 12ºC pre-fermentative maceration is done. After that, begins the 25ºC alcoholic fermentation before it goes again through a maceration process to then give way to the pressing.

Once the malolactic fermentation is finished, a 12 months aging in french oak barrels is done to then, finish its production with a new aging in bottle, this time, for more than 24 months.

Tasting notes

Visual Step

Dense with an intense picota color with cherry reflections.

Olfactory Step

Medium-high intensity with spiced and smoked aromas. Red fruit compote notes with a mineral, elegant and complex hint.

Gustatory Step

Powerful and glyceric, with pleasant and smooth tannins. Long and dry aftertaste.


  • D.O.: Bierzo
  • Variety: Mencía
  • Fermentation: 25ºC alcoholic fermentation
  • Raising: 12 months aging in french oak barrels and 24 months aging in bottle.
  • Gastronomy: Grilled meats, game, spiced sauces, cured cheese and cold meats. IT CONTAINS SULFITS.
  • Service temperature: 18ºC
  • Alcoholic proof: 14.5% Vol.


  • 95 points in the Guide 365 Wines a Year Wine Up 2018
  • 94 points in the Gourmets Guide 2018
  • 93 points in the Peñín Guide 2018