Tempranillo Blanco is a minority indigenous white grape variety which is exclusive to the DOCa Rioja. It is the result of a natural mutation of Red Tempranillo found in a vineyard in Murillo de Rio Leza in 1988. With smaller clusters and berries than the red variety, it offers wines of intense fruity, floral aromas, with a great personality.
Powerful and persistent wine, with a good end.
The cross drawn on the label represents the work of ancient winegrowers who marked their barrels in this way to differentiate them from each other. This is an interesting blend of the classic Chardonnay and the aromatic Moscatel enhanced by 4 hours of skin maceration. After fermentation the wine remains in tank on its lees to accrue even more flavour...
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.
Entreflores is produced in Rueda by the Navarra based bodega Príncipe de Viana. This large and well equipped firm was established in the 1980s and is committed to environmental protection. To that end they are conducting research into climate change. The wine is fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks where it is also stabilised before...
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
its soil is a mixture of fine elements,quartz and slate. The vineyards from the Bierzo are planted mainly on humid, dark soil that is slightly acidic and low in carbonates.
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.
Elaborated 100% with grapes of the Pinot Noir variety planted in the vineyards that Alta Pavina owns in the Lands of Castile and Leon to 900m. of altitude in predominantly limestone soils with a small clay and sandy content. The collection was manual and after macerating 4 hours with their skins, it was fermented at a temperature of 14ºC until the end of...
A bright and clean wine created by the winery Principe de Viana in Rias Baixas, home of the best Albarino.
The exposure of the vineyard is North/South and it is cultivated with Guyot system. The seasonal average production does not exceed 100 quintals per hectare.
This ia a classy wine from the Rias Baixas área in Galicia, where granite forms "fjords" and provides the soil and Atlantic exposure for the vines. To avoid excess humidity, the vines are trained up granite posts on pérgolas. The wine is fermented in stainless Steel and sold Young and fresh.
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 commitment to quality and a nod to tradition, recovering as protagonist one of the most forgotten white varieties and whose presence has traditionally been essential in the production of quality white wines in Rioja
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.
This is the top wine from bodegas Marques de Vizhoja, located on a beautiful hillside in the Condado de Tea area of Rias Baixas. The finca de Moreira vineyard provides superb grapes thanks to a summer "green harvest" which thins the crop allowing the remaining bunches to assimilate more intensity. The wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks on their...
From the 15 hectare domaine of the Reverdy family in the Loire vineyards of central France, this is classic Pouilly, made on very calcareous stony soils which were once under the sea and which give the wine the very slight smoky aroma some tasters observe.
This white wine is made from the Sauvignon blanc grown on very limestone soils on the other side of the river from Pouilly which is the 15 hectare land that the Reverdy family has been mourning for several generations in the Loire, central France. This land was once under the sea and it shows in the minerality of this wine.
With grapes rigorously selected from certain Pinot Noir plots of the land of Pago de la Pavina, in Castile and Leon, an elaboration of the traditional burgundy tradition has been followed. It is a wine of great quality: clean, aromatic, persistent and very well strutted
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...
The grapes for this winecome from a single selection of vinesin the centre of the Finca El Estanquevineyard, a 60-hectare vineyardowned by the winery in the best areasof Haro. These particular vines are 40years old on average and from theshallow chalky soils that produceexcellent and healthy grapes.
It is a dense and intense wine from organic farming in vines of 40 years (the oldest of Bodegas Attis). These vineyards are oriented to the northwest and are tiled in a system of traditional granite pergolas that protect the plant from moisture and gives it a greater growth area. The soil on which these vines grow is made up of a suitable proportion of...