An exciting rosée with wide volume and freshness. Made with garnachas grapes this wine is full of flavors of strawberries and raspberries leaving a fresh palate
Fresh, balanced, with good acidity and intense aromas of flowers and white fruit. The ideal white wine to drink as an appetizer but also paired with food. Fermented in stainless steel tanks before stabilization and bottling.
This 100% viura wine comes from old vines Badarán and Cárdenas, in the valley of San Millán (where the use of Castilian Spanish was first recorded). It is a well structured, balanced and fresh wine, the perfect accompaniment to good seafood!
The Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes for this wine were sourced from a select group of growers around Haro who have long-term exclusive contracts with the winery. The vineyards are on average 10-20 years old. The winery jointly manages the viticulture in these vineyards throughout the year to ensure maximum quality of fruit for these wines
Powerful and persistent wine, with a good end.
This wine is a "semi crianza", meaning it is aged, but for less time than a crianza, so it has some of the complexities of an aged wine while retaining lots of youthful fruity characteristics, making it extremely versatile.
This Galician White comes from the steep vineyards of Condado de Tea near the river Miño which tempers the Atlantic climate and protects the vines from frost. Soils are granite and sand and the grapes are hand-picked from the firm’s 40 hectares of vines. Half of the grapes are cold macerated before joining the rest at the press, and the resulting must is...
This bodega owns a modest 33 hectares of vineyard but rents 25 more of very old vines which give real quality to the wines. Being fermented in stainless steel and without oak ageing this young red shows great purity of fruit and a trace of mineral from the clay and limestone soils from which it comes. Ribera del Duero in its purest state.
Ample, fruity and herby with nice characteristic verdejo bitter on the finish
Wine 100% Verdejo, the noblest white variety originally from Spain. A balanced and sweet wine
From one of the most noble and autochthonous varietal as the Verdejo and in the emblematic region of Rueda, famous for its excellent white wines, Monteabellon Verdejo comes to life.
Single-variety wine from low yield vineyards where the combination of excellent natural conditions and a careful selection allows achieving excellent results from this noble grape variety. Extremely expressive and tropical on the nose, with hints of fresh fruit such as citrus, pineapple or melon. Nice and dry on the palate.
Tasty and well balanced, with a certain meatiness and good structure in its passage. Broad end, fruity and herbaceous, with the pleasant final bitterness characteristic of the Verdejo variety.
From among the highest vineyards of Ribera del Duero at an altitude of some 900 metres. The vines have to work hard and this provides good concentrated fruit, especially as the vines are over 60 years old, which gives great quality but low yields. The grapes are fermented separately in stainless steel before being blended together and ageing in barrels.
A pure & special Garnacha thanks to the characteristic minerality that gives the terroir where it grows.
Brilliant, full bodied wine, almost royal-purple in colour. Intense on the nose with fine aromas of fruit, notes of toasted spices and hints of rosemary with woodland notes. On the palate: beautifully assembled, smooth and fruity with agreeably restrained tannins, giving a long finish to a well balanced wine.
This is a sweet Moscatel, the type of wine which brought fame to Málaga and which is making a welcome comeback. Only 2,000 bottles were made. A small amount of wine alcohol is added to fresh Moscatel juice producing a slow and incomplete fermentation and amazing freshness and natural sweetness. These wines are delicious!
Buy 5 get 1 FOR FREE A wine from the Rías Baixas in Galicia and made 100% with selected Albariño grapes. They are harvested manually in 38 hectares of the firm´s own vineyard coming from Finca La Moreira, thus its name. This is the firm´s signature wine.
Ronda is better known for red wines yet is quite capable of producing excellent whites. This very limited release is made only from selected grapes and the latest techniques where some of the wine is barrel fermented while the rest ferments in tank using dry ice to avoid oxidation.
A wine which stands out for its exceptional price and quality. The grapes used for this wine come from vineyards of 30 to 35 years of age, aged for 12 months in both French and American oak casks. We call it a modern Classic Rioja where the oak is a fine supplement to the high quality grapes, well integrated without dominating the fruit. A small amount...
Manzanilla is the pale dry Fino style Sherry from Sanlúcar de Barrameda where the Guadalquivir joins the Atlantic. The humidity allows a healthy growth of wild yeasts (flor) on the wine giving it a complex and delicious yeasty floral saline character.
Fino is the pale dry style of Sherry from Jerez and El Puerto de Santa Maria. As this Jerez wine ages in barrel wild yeasts (flor) settle on the wine giving it a complex and delicious yeasty character while protecting it from oxidation and making it really dry.
All the organic grapes are handpicked and quickly transferred to the presses by gravity. Pressing is done at low pressure before blending the different musts. The first fermentation is done in stainless steel tanks with the second fermentation in the bottle and aged a minimum of 15 months in racks, which is nearly double the legal minimum required.
This outstanding Penedés sparkling wine comes from “the vineyard of the fossils”, an area which was beneath the sea millions of years ago. It is farmed biodynamically to preserve life in the calcareous clay soil which is manured by the horses used for ploughing. The wine is a careful blend of grapes from the individual plots most suited to those varieties...
With this wine, the Luis Cañas family seeks to capture the essence of the Crianza red wines from Ribera del Duero, but with a more modern, fruity, rounded touch.
Natural Amontillado is dry Sherry. It starts life as a Fino but when the flor yeast dies off it continues ageing oxidatively. It thus has the best of both worlds: the crisp freshness of Fino and a nutty depth of body from the oxidation process giving a charming wine.