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Wrongo Dongo 2017

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Wrongo Dongo 2017


  • Barrel. 6 Months in French oak barrels
  • Bottle size:
  • 75 cl
  • Percentage of Alcohol:
  • 14.5


Enterwine Score 90
Media rating 90

Availability: In stock



Produced by Jorge Ordóñez, the funky Wrongo Dongo is a young Spanish red wine that, besides its funny name, has a lot offer.

Crafted by oenologist Rafael Cañizares at the Bodegas Volver winery, which he started with Mr. Ordóñez a decade and a half ago, this wine is made from 35-year-old Monastrell vines grown in rocky, dry soils in the southeastern Spanish region of Jumilla.

Fermented in stainless steel tanks at a temperature below 27ºC, Wrongo Dongo 2017 was subsequently aged for a brief period of 6 months in French oak barrels.

Drink this red wine from Jumilla from now to 2021.

Additional Information


The young red wine from Jumilla Wrongo Dongo has an attractive, bright cherry colour with an intense violet rim.


Creamy, fruity notes of red and black fruit and spices. This Monastrell from Jumilla has an underlying, well-balanced layer of toast and smoke.


Velvety and yummy, with lively notes of toast and a touch of black fruit and violets, with lively tannins and a good acidity. This young red wine by Bodegas Volver has a medium, pleasant finish.

Our personal opinion

Funny and excellently priced, Wrongo Dongo 2017 is a judiciously oaked Monastrell wine which will pair nicely with BBQs.


Wrongo Dongo 2016:

Enterwine 90. Peñín 89.

Wrongo Dongo 2015:

Enterwine 91.

Wrongo Dongo 2014:

Peñín 90.

Wrongo Dongo 2013:

Peñín 90.

Wrongo Dongo 2012:

Peñín 92, Parker 88.

Year 2017
Type Red
D.O. Jumilla
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 14-16ºC
Should this wine be decanted? No
Does this wine follow the guidelines of biodynamic Farming? No
Organic No
Is this product free of sulfites? No
Ageing Barrel
Type of ageing Months in French oak barrels
Number of months aged in Barrels 6
Parker Score No
Peñin Score No
Our Score 90
Media rating 90
Other guides No
Name of Award No
Mono-Varietal Monastrell
Percentage of variety No
Pairings Alone, Cold meats, Eggs, Grilled lamb, Grilled red meats, Grilled vegitables, Grilled white meats, Hamburgers , Mushrooms, Pasta with red sauce and meat, Paté, Rice with meat, Roasted chicken, semi-curred cheese, Soups, Stews, Vegetables, Vegetables
Taste Fruity and Fresh, Light, easy to drink, Lively and Fresh, Tasty with barrel notes
Occasion Appetizer, Barbecue, Because you can, Dinner with friends, Reunion with colleagues
  1. dongo wine review by Voldemort on 12/13/2018

    Super juicy monastrell.

  2. dongo review by Oxford fellow on 8/27/2018

    4 stars for the content. 5 stars for the price.

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