(2016) An unoaked red, this is made from 95% Listán Negro and 5% Negramoll, the former being one of the more widely planted varieties of the Canary islands, a black-skinned version of the Palomino grape (known on the islands as Listán Blanco) that is the mainstay grape of Sherry. This is an inexpensive and easy-drinking wine, and I have to say delicious: boldly and vividly fruity on the nose, with some of the fruit brightness and sappy freshness of Gamay, but with a darker and weightier mid-palate hint of fat and texture. Highly quaffable and of very good quality. Only six Euros for a 50cl bottle in a local restaurant.