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Tinto dulce George Glas 50 Cl EL Grifo Lanzarote Canarias
Tinto Dulce George Glas 50 Cl Lanzarote , Canarias
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sweet red wine of the grape variety Black list . Pre-phylloxera strains aged between 60-80 years and grown under a blanket of volcanic ash . After sunbathing the grapes for 10 days, they were stepped on with feet intermittently for 2 days, fermented with native and indigenous yeast, we stopped the fermentation with the addition of wine alcohol and carried out oxidative aging. The production is 6,364 bottles.

50 Cl bottle

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Variedad uva Bodegas El Grifo Lanzarote

Grape variety

Listán Negro

Cata vinos Bodegas El Grifo Lanzarote

On the palate

Enveloping, with an acidity that balances residual sugars

Maridaje Bodegas El Grifo Lanzarote


As an appetizer, dessert and accompanied by dark chocolate

Temperatura de servicio vinos Bodegas El Grifo Lanzarote

Serving temperature

Between 10ºC and 12ºC

Tasting notes

Medium layer, oxidized tones due to aging, clean and bright. Aroma of candied fruit, spicy character (black pepper), typical of the varietal, oxidative and roasted notes


The Listán Negro variety disappeared in Andalusia after phylloxera, which has become endemic and exclusive to the Canary Islands and, like the rest in Lanzarote, it is planted freestanding behind a stone wall and under volcanic ash. George Glas was a Scottish merchant who lived for seven years in the Canary Islands in the mid-18th century. He gave an account of the birth of Lanzarote wine in his book on the Canary Islands, published in London in 1764. We keep a copy of its first edition in the library of our Museum. Sweet wine harvested and made in 2015 with Listán Negro grapes previously sunbathed for ten days, recovering an old tradition and technique now in disuse, and subsequently trampled with the feet for two days intermittently. Then it was pressed and when it had 110 gr/L of natural sugars, the alcoholic fermentation was interrupted by adding wine alcohol. Since then it has rested in oak barrels under oxidative aging along with a small batch (10%) of sweet wine from the 2012 harvest until 2020, when it was decided to bottle, increasing to a production of 6,364 bottles.

Technical data:

% Vol. 16º | Sugar 105g/L | Total Acidity 5.8g/L | pH 3.7 | Total SO2 42mg/L



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Lanzarote, 1775


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Expert review

This delicious reference made with Listán negro is dedicated to George Glas, a Scottish merchant who lived seven years in the Canary Islands in the mid-18th century and who mentioned the birth of Lanzarote wine in his book about the Canary Islands. Sweet, harmonious and expressive, we are facing a volcanic jewel that will make those with a sweet tooth fall in love.