A lively, attractive rosé which represents a true expression of the red fruit found in the Red Grenache variety. Perfect on any occasion.
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.
Born of old Garnacha vines, grown at high altitude and on poor calcareous stony soils which yield high quality wines, the Particular Garnacha 2015 is a very clean, intense and bright wine. The drawing of a cross on its label reminds us of the ancient way in which winegrowers marked their bottles to differentiate them from each other in the cellar.
Avaniel is a young red wine produced from grapes that the Monteabellón bodega obtains from one of their younger plots called "Los Miles" The vines are around 6 to 10 years old. These conditions makes Avaniel a very fresh wine with lots of tasty fruity notes.
Príncipe de Viana Crianza is the most classical and best selling wine from Principe de Viana Winery. A red wine that is right on every occasion and always merits a place on your dining table..
Rioja Vega produces a large range of fine quality wines in their state of the art winery in eastern Rioja. This wine has aged during 6 months in oak casks leaving the lovely Tempranillo fruit to shine through without losing complexity. Silky, pleasant and enveloping on the palate
Ample, fruity and herby with nice characteristic verdejo bitter on the finish
Pinot Grigio became so popular that some producers cut corners and many are rather thin. That could certainly not be said about this one, made by the talented Biscardo family in the grape’s homeland of the Veneto.
A cappela Roble has its origin in the freshest vineyards located nearer to the Duero River. The soil is sand with a little content of gravel. This gives a freshness that combined with the time in oak, allows us to elaborate a wine with a great personality and nice fruity hints.
From the Aragonese town of Carinena, which gave its name to the grape (also known as Mazuelo). The soils are calcareous and stony and the vines ripen under a Mediterranean sun. In the bodega, pre and post fermentation maceration and malo-lactic are carried out in stainless steel tanks before the wine goes to barrel for ageing.
This Garnacha monovarietal, with only 4 months in the barrel, offers an intense nose of red cherries. On the palate there is lots of perfectly ripe Garnacha fruit which is balanced by soft oak notes giving a pretty complex wine for the money.
Pinot Grigio is called “grigio” (grey) because it has more colour in the grapeskin than most white grapes, and with careful winemaking (cold maceration and the red wine process) it can offer a pale rosé colour, hence the name “blush”.
From Puglia in Italy’s deep south where it is hot with low rainfall. Soils are deep clay and much of the cultivation is still traditional, giving low yields and full bodied wines with ripe southern flavours. The days when southern wines were cheap and cheerful are long gone, now they are really good.
Maximum extraction of the Tempranillo grapes from vineyards located near the Duero River. This gives a very characteristic freshness and combined with its 5 months barrel aging results in a wine with great personality and marked fruity undertones. Flavorful and fruity with round tannins.
This modern “château style” bodega surrounded by its vineyards lies at about 800 metres altitude and everything is done with an eye on the environment. The grapes are carefully sorted and the must ferments in temperature controlled French oak vats. The wine is racked off the skins into other vats for malo-lactic before being blended and aged in 225 litre...
This wine is the result the strong commitment to each grape variety’s origin, skillfully blended to enhance their individual virtues into a wine of great personality and balance. Coupage of Tempranillo 25%, Merlot 50% & Cabernet Sauvignon 25%, aged for 14 months in oak casks. Try it with your next barbecue, white meats and red meats, game, sausages...
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.
A wine full of sensations ... The blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with its careful aging of 14 months in oak produce this complex and persistent wine.
Want to enjoy a round, tasty and easy drinkable wine? Then this is your choice. Pleasant aromas of red fruits from the forest backed by oaky vanilla from the wood it has aged on for 12 months. Nice medium bodied and lingering in the mout
This versatile wine is made from the fairly typical blend of Tempranillo (80%), Garnacha (15%) and Mazuelo (5%) varieties at the Rioja Vega winery in Rioja Baja and is a fine soft wine, with fleshy fruit and well integrated tannins.
This is a lovely fruity wine with a serious edge from three years of ageing which gives it an attractive balance between fresh fruit and spice. It is made using a combination of state of the art equipment and old fashioned wisdom and the result is a fine quality wine with great versatility and charm.
A pure & special Garnacha thanks to the characteristic minerality that gives the terroir where it grows.
An expressive round taste that leaves apleasant and exciting aftertaste. Tempranillo alive and elegant.
This wine proves the quality they are producing in Sicily these days. The vines are cultivated on clay soils at an altitude of between 300-600 metres, and the wine is fermented in small steel tanks and the Pinot Noir is aged in wood before blending.
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...
This is both an interesting and excellent value wine. It is made by the “apassimento” process involving the addition of partially dried grapes to the fermentation giving extra body, texture and complexity.
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.
From the vineyards placed higher with sand soils with clay and limestone contents we elaborate Acappela Crianza. This soil provides us with propitious grapes to obtain a wine with a perfect structure perfect structure.
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 wine is developed thanks to the theories of the Austrian Rudolf Steiner. Harmony between the animal, vegetable, mineral and astral world, looking for the natural balance of the vineyard (terroir wines, wines with soul).
This delicious red comes from the easternmost part of the Rioja, Rioja Baja. The climate here is a Little warmer, more Mediterranean and the soils are calcareous with alluvial deposits of rouned stones and gravel. This provides good drainage and good ripening. The wine is vinified in the traditional manner before barrel and bottle ageing.
A fresh wine, with lots of fruit, gently textured and tasty. The Tempranillo is complemented by a small percentage of the Merlot variety bringing to the wine freshness, liveliness and complexity
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.
0.5L gift for the purchase of 2 bottles of 0.75L Made mainly with Tempranillo grapes and aged for 20 months in new American oak barrels, and another 24 months rounding off in the bottle. Aromas of its noble ageing springs to the nose, combines with traces of coconut, toffee and ripe fruit. In the mouth its soft with supple volume. An extremely fulfilling...
A wine attractive visually and aromatic (red fruit) and with a mouthful very sweet.
Named after a famous Spanish victory over Napoleón in 1808, this is an excellent example of Oloroso. The word means "fragrant" and it certainly is. Flor yeasts do not appear on Oloroso wines so they are fortified straight away and aged oxidatively from the start. This imparts a warm Brown color and generous bouquet to the wine.
The Graciano grape, acclaimed and rare, was always an important component in the classic Rioja wine. Barón de Ley have planted 50 hectares of this grape in the Los Almendros vineyard, 460 m. above sea level. The shades of violet in its colour , fresh nose, subtle tannins, good acidity and strong character make this a unique wine.
Taken from the recently rediscovered variety Maturana. Like many grape varieties it all but disappeared at the time of phylloxera. It comes from vineyards located in "Villa Alegría" and is the first major plantation of Maturana to have been done in Rioja. This makes the wine very interesting as one is effectively drinking history.
Grenache is perfectly matched to dry and continental conditions of the high valleys. This wine is a tribute to a grape that has always been part of La Rioja vineyards. Its lush fruit and late maturing, gives the wine aromas of red fruit and silky tannins.
This classic Navarra "coupage" of Tempranillo, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon aged for 18 months in oak produces a very balanced, persistent and harmonious wine.
Made by the talented and experienced Biscardo family in the northern Veneto, this is precisely what one should be able to expect of Pinot Grigio: a well-made wine with plenty of flavour. The “diamonds” on the bottle shoulder are genuine Swarovski, making it an ideal gift.
Bodegas Amaren, created by Juan Luis Cañas (Bodegas Luis Cañas) as a tribute to his mother, are known for their modern-style wines which is also the case of this new Crianza. The wine is truly attractive, transmitting the finesse and elegance of the tempranillo variety and the fresh, delicate fruitiness of the garnacha. A balanced combination leaving a...
Rioja Vega Reserva is made from the classic blend of Tempranillo (85%), Mazuelo (5%) and Graciano (10%). The fruits comes from the traditional 70ha. vineyards that the firm owns in Rioja. Its calcareous clay soils provide optimum drainage and excellent water retention. The wine was aged in both barrel and bottle to refine it before sale.
Made from 80 year old vines grown in the extreme conditions of the Ribera del Duero with bitter winters and hot summers and on poor soils. This makes for concentrated wines with distinct character which demonstrate the harsh growing environment. Small flavour-packed grapes are fermented separately in stainless steel before blending and oak ageing.
This blend of Tempranillo and Syrah is a dark, clean and bright wine with lots of fruit aromas and even those of the Serrania de Ronda. The Bodega Doña Felisa, near Ronda (Malaga), is a family business whose success has consisted in creating a series of wines with charm and character at a reasonable price. The cellar, well equipped and well integrated, is...
A wine with a personality of its own. Clunia Tempranillo is made from grapes grown in a plot called El Gerbal, at 950 m. altitude and in extreme conditions in Castilla-Leon. A very special wine that you can't fail to enjoy. Thanks to a triple selection of the grapes during the manual harvesting, passing through double selection of bunches, and then a...
Clunia Syrah comes from the vineyard La Encina, of only 2.89 hectares, planted at the end of the 1990s at an altitude of 900 meters on calcareous soils. This is a terroir exposed to the elements, with extreme climatology, very cold winters and very hot summers. At Clunia, the care and correct management of the vineyard play a fundamental role in the result.
Produced with grapes from high altitude vineyards. This soil provides the low yield grapes needed to obtain this extraordinary wine. After 14 months of barrel ageing this is a wine for all Ribera del Duero lovers. It has structure, perfect balance between fruit and barrel, balsamic tannins. A wine you will enjoy with your meat.
Bodegas Doña Felisa are near the Roman town of Acinipo near Ronda and offer great value wines. Their interesting range is organically produced and the wines are alluring and easy to drink while use of French oak gives them a more serious quality.
The grapes used for Luis Cañas Reserva wines come from vineyards of apx.40 years of age, producing only 5000 kg. per hectar. Actually it's a very versatile wine with a fresh character and lots of fruit which combines with a lot of dishes. Try it with meat, game, fish, cheese or even chocolate
This Reserva is made from grapes selected from 80 year old vines grown in a continental climate on clay and limestone soils resulting in low yield but excellent quality. The purity of the fruit harmonises beautifully with the oak treatment which is never allowed to dominate the wine, but rather adds to its considerable complexity. This is a lovely wine,...
It’s an elegant Garnacha and a loyal representation of our “terroir”.
The town of Chablis produces white wines in “kimmeridge” clay soils in northern Burgundy. The 6th generation of the Camu family controls a domaine of 13 hectares here and are well respected producers who offer a range of fine quality wines
The reference of Jean Marie Reverdy in Rosé shows fresh aromas of strawberry, raspberry, currant and minerals, with a complex and tense palate. Wine Very intense!
This wine comes from the Reverdy family’s 15 hectares of vineyard in the Loire vineyards of central France. Sancerre is made on very calcareous stony soils on the other side of the river from Pouilly, which were once under the sea. All wines are domaine bottled.
This family owned bodega produces fine quality wines from its 50 hectares of high altitude calcareous soils in Ribera del Duero. The very attractive bodega has all the modern equipment you would expect and it is used to make the most of the hand picked grapes from individual parcels and these are bottled as single vineyard wines.
An old traditional wine that is fresh and velvety, the grapes for the Rosso di Montalcino come partly from the same vineyards dedicated to the production of Brunello and partly from more recently planted vineyards. Pure Sangiovese with fruity aromas, notable structure and persistence, it is both an elegant and very versatile wine.
rella Classic is gripping. It calls you. We couldn’t have done it anywhere else but in Priorat, blending grapes from our low-production vines in the villages of poboleda and gratallops. Taste it, you’ll feel in heaven.
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.
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
Made from selected grapes grown in the bodega's 70 hectares of vineyard near Mendavia in the Rioja Baja where soils are calcareous over limestone and the vines are planted at high density to get more grapes, but smaller ones for maximum flavour. The wine is made at a very modern bodega but with 125 years of experience which really shines through in this...
Mainly made using Tempranillo grapes grown in the calcareous soils of the Cenicero vineyards owned by Barón de Ley, where the orientation of the slopes, Atlantic climate and low yields offer perfect grapes for this top level style of wine. It is only made in excellent years.
The Chinchilla wines of Bodegas Doña Felisa near Ronda are great wines at reasonable prices. They are organically produced, and thus the vineyards are clean and healthy. The wines are fruity and easy to drink yet use of French oak gives them a more serious quality.
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.
Made from Tempranillo grapes and other varieties from the Benedictine vineyard of 1985. Thanks to its aging of 24 months (18 in oak barrels and 6 in foudres) it develops a wine of structure, tasty, balanced and elegant.
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...
Wine well armed with good ripe fruit, very clean throughout and a very aromatic finish by retro nasal.
It is the most emblematic wine of this winery of Toro. A complex red, powerful and elegant as it grows over time. It stands out for its tasty and powerful mouth and its velvety tannins.
Palo Cortado is a special and quite rare style of dry Sherry which appeals to connoisseurs. Its name derives from an identifying chalk marking on the barrel, and it has the aroma of Amontillado yet the flavour of Oloroso; the elegance of one and the body of the other.
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.
The top of the range wine from Finca Albret. A single vineyard blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot aged for 21 months in oak. A smooth and expressive wine which really shows off the fruity notes of Cabernet.
This is a very interesting and quite unique wine. The fruit of a single vineyard, over 70 years old, in which the seven grape varieties grow side by side. Tempranillo, Graciano, Garnacha Tinta, Mazuelo, Viura, Malvasía and Garnacha Blanca are the 7 grapes which give rise to this wine. The last three are white and, used in small proportions, add some...
Monteabellon Finca Matambres comes from the highest vineyards that Monteabellón owns which are subjected to extreme conditions. The soils are stony with high limestone content and with low water retention, these conditions provide high quality grapes. After ageing in oak barrels for 20/24 months the resulting wine is of supreme quality.
From the Alban hills in Italy’s Piemonte, Barbera is a lighter wine than Barolo, but offers great quality and versatility and can be drunk sooner. From the excellent family owned organic Rivetto estate where everything is dictated by nature, Zio Nando comes from a vineyard with calcareous soils and the grapes are macerated for 2 days before 10 days’...
This glossy and fragrant wine opens with heady woodland berry, menthol, botanical herb, iris, new leather and exotic spice aromas. The palate delivers Marasca cherry, clove, pipe tobacco and savory mineral notes held taut by fine-grained tannins and vibrant acidity.
Barolo is one of Italy’s top reds. Soils are clay and limestone and the Rivetto vineyards are farmed organically, giving real terroir character to the wines. They do things traditionally here and every wine expresses its vineyard origin, and is a very friendly example of Piemontese wine.
The Brunello di Montalcino is obtained from the meticulous selection of Sangiovese grapes from the estate’s best vineyards. It is the product of diligent and thorough fieldwork and of focused operations in the wine cellar which preserve the essence of the Sangiovese grape and exalt the qualities of a wine which every bottle reflects over history and time.
This expresses the character of the soil of the different terroirs. For this wine, plots over 60 years’ old are chosen, with very low yields and in poor, high altitude soils, with the aim of showing the concentration and potential of old vines from the district of Aguilera. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in wooden vats and then the malolactic...
Monteabellón Finca La Blanquera was born as a tribute to the firm's founder Fabian who passed on his passion for winemaking to his children and grandchildren. Finca La Blanquera is the firm's highest altitude vineyard with a rocky soil rich in limestone that gives its name to this unique wine.
This is a serious wine. It is made at the Dominio de Cair, the Ribera del Duero estate belonging to the Rioja firm Luis Cañas. Grapes come from 80 year old vines planted at high altitude on low fertility sandy calcareous soils which give very low yields of spectacular grapes. Fermentation takes place in oak vats and production in general is done with the...