“Spain smells of good wine”
Rioja, Ribera de Duero, Rueda, Ribeiro, Cava...diversity and well known quality from the protected denominaciones de origen of Spain in its 17 Autonomous Communities. Its position, its climatic differences and the variety of soils make the Iberian Peninsula a perfect place for wine making. Spanish wine refers both to...
“Spain smells of good wine”
Rioja, Ribera de Duero, Rueda, Ribeiro, Cava...diversity and well known quality from the protected denominaciones de origen of Spain in its 17 Autonomous Communities. Its position, its climatic differences and the variety of soils make the Iberian Peninsula a perfect place for wine making. Spanish wine refers both to the product and its role in social events and toasts. It is very common to drink wine along with tapas in a bar or at a friend’s house.
Exquisite sweet dessert wine from Pedro Ximenez and Zalema grape varieties, with bitter orange inside. 0,5 L
Maimona Tempranillo begins with pleasant aromas of fruits, tasting reveals a perfectly pleasant wine featuring blackberry, a little bit of dark chocolate. It also has a dry, grippy texture that is still smooth and easy to drink. Nicely balanced and a heck of a good wine for only €5,80.
Powerful wine, intense with a purple edge. Intense and very well integrated and balanced aromas of dark fruits, black cocoa and strong tannins dominate. 0,75 l
Rich in texture yet softly fruited with impressively long flavour. Hints of stewed berry fruits, sweet spices and roasted coffee.
A red wine with a fresh, intense, complex and Mediterranean aroma. With a varied fruity aromatic impact due to the variety of its grapes.
A wine that wine lovers as well as great oenologists will be thankful for. Born in a rather unprecedented region for the making of quality wines in Spain. It is a very expressive red wine, elegant and unique, with fruity notes together with spicy hints due to its ageing in high quality barrels.
The essence of the Rioja Alavesa, a vintage wine that will reveal an especially fruity aroma, with intense toasted notes that remind of its origins, brought undoubtedly by the vineyards from the heights, with a perfectly integrated ageing.
An excellent expression of a young red wine. Clean and shiny with an abundant tear. Cherry colour with maroon iridescence when in the wine glass. High intensity of smells. Appearance of balsamic and fruity smells, all of which are bathed in smells of spices, red fruits, strawberries, violets, and a milky touch. It is tasty and balanced on the palate. Its...
An attractive and clean aroma that shows a good intensity, very personal that first of all inspires of fruit and rainforest and then transforms later into more powerful aromas of vanilla and dried fruits.
From vines in Congosto village. Dry ice pre-fermentation maceration. Aged for 12 months in 225-litre and 500-litre oak barrels.
It is the best-seller of the Bodegas Castaño, with an excellent price-quality ratio. One of the prominent protagonists of the revival of the vineyard of Yecla. It is savoury but balanced, fresh with slight memories of wood that do not overshadow its fruitiness, easy to drink, with a round tannin and an enjoyable finish.
Elegance and character. Softness and freshness. Silky, quiet and filled with fine fruits. It also has character and a touch of personality.
A rosé wine with a strong personality, of a raspberry pink colour, its aroma is intensely fruity from little red wild berries with floral shades. Fresh on the palate, long and pleasant, of an average structure and ending with a good acidity.
This sweet wine is the art of the Monastrell in its utmost expression with great concentration, persistence and balance. The Monastrell is a variety that needs a great amount of hours of sun to reveal its affluent personality and its delightful fruity and earthy notes.
A dry white wine, its marked personality is a consequence of the special coolness of 2014 that led to a very positive acidity in the wine, giving us a complex wine, very intense aromatically and steady, exceptional, exciting and lengthy.
First wine that revealed the potential of the Eva grapes from Extremadura, also known as Eva Beba or Eva de Los Santos. The Cooperative Virgen de la Estrella decided to bet on the Eva variety for the development of white wines, with surprising results.
Wine aged in oak barrels, slightly syrupy with a fruity start that let more mineral smells appear afterwards.
Distinctive flavours of the variety, selected harvest from 2013 in the area of Valbuena de Duero with some black and red vines over a century old. It is worth noting that the wine harvest takes place with a thorough manual selection.
Wine with character, but likeable. The cold winters and hot summers, with great temperature differences between night and day of the Castillan plateau, together with the seniority of its vineyard, give unique characteristics to the verdejo.
There is a density in its aroma that contains what matters most in a wine-its fruity quality. And this wine has it, together with balance too. A certain wisdom, youth but maturity as well.