Liquid Geography is a Provence-style Rose made from 20-25 year old vines located in the high elevation region of Bullas located in the Southeast of Spain where the Monastrell grape (aka Mourvedre) originated. Average temperatures during the April and October growing season is 20.9ºC (69.6ºF) and annual rainfall is 226mm (8.9 in). Liquid Geography is 100% unoaked.
|All the profits of this wine will be donated to charity. It is the only wine in the U.S. that donates all the profits to a charity foundation. Liquid Geography will support the TJ Martell foundation in its research to find a cure for cancer.
|Liquid Geography is a project of Charles Bieler (the Rose Guru), Alberto Orte (the Iberian master), Norrel Robertson MW (the Scottish winemaster) and Patrick Mata (the liquid geographer). As a symbol of their gratitude to the many people who have helped them over the years, they will donate all the profits of Liquid Geography to the TJ Martell Foundation in its research to find a cure for cancer.
”I am very happy that this passion of ours in addition to being an economic activity also happens to be a vehicle to support a worthy cause that make our world a better place. Our economic activity will not be complete if it wasn’t for the impact our daily work has in so many great causes unrelated to wine.” - Patrick Mata