Bajondillo 2017

75cl Volume

£6.84 (Approximate price)

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Bajondillo is the name of a plot situated inside the La Dehesa estate which is in the town of Méntrida. Bajondillo is the wine that represents the typical of the group of vineyards of the village of Méntrida.

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
2016, 2015, 2014 and 2012
Appellation:Méntrida (Castilla La Mancha, Spain)
Winery: Bodegas Jiménez Landi
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Garnacha, Syrah
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Elaboration of Bajondillo 2017

Bajondillo 2017 (Garnacha and Syrah)

TASTING NOTES Bajondillo 2017 :

  • View: A very clean wine, a sparkling ruby ​​color.
  • Nose: Intense and complex nose, red berries, wild herbs, licorice, violets and underbrush notes.
  • Mouth: The palate is an explosion of sour strawberry, intense, balanced, good acidity that makes you drink with great pleasure and ease.


VINEYARD: Bodegas Jiménez Landi

GRAPES: Grenache 75%, Syrah 25%.

AGEING: 6 months in wooden vats and stainless steel tanks.

PAIRING: Sausages, duck and turkey meat, Mediterranean cuisine.



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Reviews of Bajondillo 2017


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The Bajondillo had a maceration of 20 days with raising five months in new French oak barrels of 500 liters and larger. In the glass, the wine is dark red with purple luster. Lovely nose with lots of exuberant red fruit: raspberry, red currant, blueberry. Beautiful tone of white chocolate in perfect harmony. Juicy tannins, nice knotted acids. Nice juicy wine with lots of content and a very good value for money. Surprisingly, the accessibility and the integration of the barrel aging which buried by the red fruit and yet somewhat Burgundian style does not deny.
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Reviews of other vintages of Bajondillo 201720152012


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Amalia Pérez Ruiz


The Jimenez-Landi are a whole saga in our wine scene. Located in Méntrida, Toledo, they have a particular way of preparing and wines are proof of this, with a profile that could remind Burgundy. Low red coat, with a brand acidity of the house and a good light body, but without losing complexity either. If you have no option to taste their special wines, as Piélago or Ataulfos, mostly from Grenache, this Bajondillo is perfect for discovering the style of the winery. It is the simplest end of the hold, but no less interesting, and in this case playing with a few varieties of red grape, where the Grenache and Syrah dominate.
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Iván Martínez Hierro