The Flower and The Bee Sousón D.O. Ribeiro 2020
  • Red Wine
  • Sousón
  • Sustainable, Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Light Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13.2% alc./vol

The Flower and The Bee Sousón D.O. Ribeiro 2020

Galicia, Spain
Regular price $24.95per bottle ($299.40per case)
12 bottles per case
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Earthy & Smoky

When the flower and the bee meet, everything begins.

This wine is the starting point to understand and appreciate the complexity of the Galician terroir and its native grape varieties. Deliciously easy-drinking, Coto de Gomariz has wanted The Flower and the Bee to be enjoyed unapologetically!

Shimmering violet. Smoke- and spice-accented cherry pit, blackberry and floral scents are complemented by hints of liquorice and succulent herbs. Nicely concentrated yet lively as well, offering bitter cherry and dark berry flavours that slowly unfurl through the back half. Closes long and subtly chewy, with firming tannins and repeating spice and floral notes.

Enjoy on its own, or pair it with Spanish tapas.

About the Winery

Coto de Gomariz

Ricardo Carreiro, padre Caco, founded Coto de Gomariz in the seventies, when he managed to return to his land after emigrating to South America like so many other Galicians. His dream was to make wines and restore Gomariz's prestige as a historical vineyard. Today, his son Ricardo Carreiro has taken over and runs the winery along with winemakers Inma Pazos and Miguel Montoto.

Known as the "Golden Mile" of the Ribeiro since the 10th century, Gomariz is the oldest Viticultural Reserve in the Iberian Peninsula and has exceptional characteristics for growing grapes.

Press Reviews

Robert Parker

90 points

The fruit-driven 2020 The Flower And The Bee Sousón has nicely integrated oak and is pleasantly spicy and smoky with notes of ripe berries and some gritty tannins. These reds need food and/or time. 15,000 bottles produced. 

Coto de Gomariz is the biggest exporter of Ribeiro wines. They are a family winery with 32 hectares of vineyards, eight of them planted to red varieties, all farmed organically and following the principles of Fukuoka and Steinner, but not certified. They produce 90,000 bottles.