Muchas Manos Platinum Winning Red Blend Wine

Placing above Napa wines

We're excited to announce that 2017 Muchas Manos Red Blend won a 94-point Platinum Medal from the expert judges at the 2019 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition in San Diego, California.

"I love running across a $10 wine to which I can assign a full-throated recommendation," raves judge and competition director Rich Cook. "Complex ripe red and black fruit aromas are joined by soft oak spice, all of which translate well on the palate. .... Get a case and enjoy its evolution."

Available to Insiders for just $9.99 per bottle, 2017 Muchas Manos Red Blend placed higher than a variety of pricier wines, including a $90 Red Blend from California's exclusive Napa Valley region.

We're not the only ones who love our wine

Made from a blend of Merlot, Syrah, and Tempranillo, this 2017 Muchas Manos Red Blend joins our collection from Spanish wine producer Felix Solis. At Wine Insiders, we work closely with prestigious wineries like Felix Solis to offer you fantastic wines at an unmatched value. Since you can't find our wines at your local shop, wine critics don't score these gems and there isn't a lot of unbiased information about them online. Luckily, at wine competitions, judges who spend their days as winemakers, sommeliers, and other wine industry luminaries provide honest, professional assessment of our wines, confirming the tremendous quality that we deliver to wine-lovers like you.

Read Rich Cook's full review here.



2017 Muchas Manos Red Blend

$9.99

This wine from La Mancha, Spain is a stately dark red in the glass with generous aromas of red fruits, and hints of pepper, spices and mocha. It's got a warm and balanced feel on the palate with a delightful aftertaste. Keep a bottle on hand for when you're eating red meat or sharp cheese. 2017 Muchas Manos Red Blend won a 94-point Platinum Medal in the 2019 Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition, with judge and competition director Rich Cook raving, "I love running across a $10 wine to which I can assign a full-throated recommendation. ... Get a case and enjoy its evolution."