During Roman times, Licinia was the name of the town of Morata located southeast of Madrid. Today, Bodegas Licinia is a wine made by three visionaries: winemaker Olga Fernandez, and viticulturists Victor and Jose Ramon Lissarrague. The objective is to make small production biodynamic wine that represents the terruno or terroir. The vineyards, at an elevation of 2,100 feet, are planted to clay and limestone soil. Sixty-seven acres are divided into four different parcels: Tempranillo, Syrah, Cabernet and Merlot. The debut 2006 vintage was rated "Best Red Wine of Spain by Enoforum."
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