Ibizkus Vino de la Tierra Ibiza Red
Ibizkus Wines
Spain - Balearic Islands - Vino de la Tierra de Ibiza

The combination of this genetically Ibicencan Mourvèdre, ungrafted vines, sandy soils and Mediterranean climate results in a juicy red wine with red fruit and violet aromas, a mineral and fresh character, ripe tannins and a long finish.

This 100% Mourvèdre is produced from 5 different parcels of a total surface area of 3.2 Ha planted on sandy soils very close to the sea. All parcels have been farmed ecologically for over 10 years. Ungrafted 60 to 90-year old vines. This results in a wine that is true to its variety while respecting local customs, with a special emphasis on the cultivation process.

Vino de la Tierra de Ibiza
Wine Type
100% Monastrell (Mourvedre)
Age of vines
Ungrafted 60 to 90-year old vines
Soil type
Sandy Soils
Fermentation in open vats with daily stirring of lees with minimal temperature control. The grapes from each parcel are vinified separately. Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel deposits and ageing in French-oak barrels.
Ageing: Between 10 and 11 months in 500 L. and 700 L. French-oak barrels of more than one use as well as a 225 L. amphora.
pH: 3.59
TA: 4.80 grams/L
RS: 2.20 grams/L

Reviews and News

2019 Ibizkus Red - BRONZE MEDAL - IWSC

2019 Ibizkus Red - BRONZE MEDAL - IWSC

"Ripe black fruit character with a touch of leather and spice. Dense and jammy."iwsc gold medal 2021

Tasted by Dirceu VIANNA Junoir MW, Alistair COOPER MW, Svetoslav MANOLEV MS and Matthews FORSTER MW

International Wine & Spirit Competition 2021, BRONZE MEDAL

2019 Ibizkus Red - 91 PTS - GUIA PENIN

2019 Ibizkus Red - 91 PTS - GUIA PENIN

"Color: Cherry color with a garnet edge. guia penin logo
Aroma: ripe fruit, delicate oak, warm, expressive and powerful.
Mouth: Jammy, powerful with soft tannins."
- Guia Penin, 91 pts

Producer Information: Ibizkus Wines

Ibiza has a long history in wine-making dating back 2.500 years to the Phoenicians, who introduced the original Monastrell grapes on the island around 500 B.C.

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