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The name of this winery comes from a time when the aborigines called the island of Lanzarote Titerok-Akaet, which means "red mountain"/"the one that burns", alluding to Timanfaya Park.  This particular wine, Ye-Yé, takes its name from the 2-hectare Yé-Lajares estate, where the grapes were harvested on volcanic soils.


The grapes used to create this wine are Listán Negro and Listán Blanco.  They were harvested by hand in August.  The wine has been aged for 11 months in 650-litre chestnut wood barrels.  Only 674 bottles have been produced.


Here's a taste of what you can expect from this wine:

  • Appearance: This is a light pomegranate-coloured red wine.  It is also clear and bright.
  • Aromas: On the nose, there is evidence of chewy fruit sweets and a slight menthol undertone, as well as hints of tobacco and fig leaf tree.
  • Palate: Ye-Yé is a light-bodied, silky, dry and mineral red wine.  On the palate, you can detect notes of tobacco, coffee, mulberry and a slight nuttiness.
  • Serving Temperature: This wine is great served lightly chilled at 12ºC.
  • Pairing: Pair this wine with summer salads, and grilled fish and vegetables.

Titerok-Akaet Ye-Yé

  • VINTAGE - 2021

    D.O. - Lanzarote

    GRAPE - Listán Negro & Listán Blanco

    ALCOHOL - 13%

    PRODUCTION: 674 Bottles

    BOTTLE - 75cl


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