Cocolubis is a red wine belonging to Bodegas La Margarita made with 100% Tempranillo, naturally, with night and manual harvests, aging for 22 months in new Spanish oak barrels, which has earned it the title of best aged red wine in the province of Seville in the 1st prize for wines from the province of Seville.


Cocolubis is a red wine from Bodegas La Margarita, made naturally with 100% Tempranillo. The grapes were harvested manually at night. The wine, aged for 22 months in new Spanish oak barrels, has earned it the title of the best aged red wine from the province of Seville in a recent competition.

This prize that this wine won for the best aged red wine in Seville,  was awarded after a blind tasting of more than 16 red wines, chosen by prestigious sommeliers, including the president of the Federation of Andalusian Sommeliers and the Association of Sommeliers of Seville, gastronomic critics and specialised wine journalists.

Share this when you serve this wine: The name and label of this wine reflect the history of the Roman people who settled in what is now known as Andalusia. Constancia Lulia, the name given to Constantine by the Romans during the occupation years, was an important settlement where they even minted coins, such as the one that appears on the label. The fact that it was located next to the Roman road between Astigi (Ecija) and Emérita Augusta (Mérida) facilitated the transport of the wines, which became famous in Rome itself, and were known by the name of "Cocolubis", a grape variety existing in the area then known as Turdetania or Baetica (present-day Andalusia).

Tipo de Vino
Tempranillo 100%
Denominación de Origen
VT Sierra Norte de Sevilla
Pairing - Moments
Dinner for 4
Pairing - People
“The central core”
Pairing - Music
Camarón de la Isla


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