“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.
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.
White wine, Albariño, Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas, Galicia, Spain. The grapes are selected for their acidity and this is the best known white wine from the north of Spain, where it is accompanied by the local fish and seafood. 70% Albariño, 20% Treixadura, 10% Loureiro. 0.75L
Made for people that love dry cavas but also want some complexity in the mouth. Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada and Pansa Blanca Matured for over 30 months. Denominación de Origen Cava, Penedés, Cataluña, Spain. 0.75L
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.
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.
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.
Sweet and fresh Cava, simple and elegant. Grapes: Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada. Matured in the bottle for more than 20 months. Denominación de Origen Cava, Penedés, Cataluña, Spain. 0.75L
Cava with a touch of sweetness and freshness. Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada. Matured in the bottle for more than 20 months. Denominación de Origen Cava, Penedés, Cataluña, Spain. 0.75L
A fine, exclusive cava with aromas developed by the maturing process of toasted bread with hints of nuts and a final touch of bitter almond. Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada and Pansa Blanca Matured for over 30 month. Denominación de Origen Cava, Penedés, Cataluña, Spain. 0.75L
Cien y Pico is our call to arms, meaning [Hundred & Something] in La Mancha, the southern Castilian meseta between Madrid & the Mediterranean. Gallant Don Quixote’s land. A dry plateau high above sea level, surrounded by mountains that protect old vines & windmills from icy winters that turn directly into hot summers.
A red wine with a fresh, intense, complex and Mediterranean aroma. With a varied fruity aromatic impact due to the variety of its grapes.
Red Wine, Crianza. Monastrell, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Denominación de Origen Jumilla, Murcia, Spain. 0.75L
Red Crianza wine, 6 months in French and American oak barrels. Organic agriculture. Organic wine. 100% Tinta Fina (Tempranillo). Denominación de Origen Ribera del Duero, Castilla León, España. 0.75L