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Bodegas Cepa 21 Hito Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2018: The word “HITO” means stone post, any element which serves to indicate the direction or distance on the roads as serving to delimit boundaries of the land.
Cepa 21 Hito was born as a young wine to complete the range of sophisticated red wines of a modern and innovative winery. Made with the youngest vineyards in the winery, grafted with Tinto Fino clones of the most emblematic vineyards of Bodegas Emilio Moro.
Clear and glossy appearance, pale/yellow color with greenish brightlights. Powerful in nose with great aromatic intensity, floral and fruity tones typical on this variety, sophisticated and elegant touch. A potent and full-flavored wine with an unctuous and delicate taste. Excellent level of acidity that comes from the selection of fairly well mature grapes.
Teso La Monja Romanico 2016: Tinta de Toro is a Spanish grape variety grown in the region of Toro. Its origins date back to Romans times around 2nd century B.C.
After the plague of phylloxera in the 19th century Tinta de Toro managed to survive this disease and many vines in the region are old vines over 200 years old.
As a curiosity, the wine made of Tinta de Toro was the drink chosen for Christopher Columbus’ trip to America. Fray Diego de Deza, original from Toro and private confessor of Elizabeth the Queen (Isabel la Catolica), knew about the properties of this wine (strong alcoholic content and a great capacity for lasting) and chose it for the trip of Columbus to the “Indies”.
In fact, due to the great amount of red wine, one of the ships was named“La Pinta”, because the cellars of the ship were full of this red wine.
Romanico by Teso La Monja is expressive, direct, and accessible, while still representing the varietal character of Tinta de Toro and the unique terroir of D.O. Toro. Well received by wine critics with 93 points by James Suckling as well as 90 points by Jeff Dunnuck and Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate.
When it was formed, D.O. Priorat ignored twelve villages that belonged to the historic Priorat region and Cataluña. These twelve towns now form D.O. Montsant, a region tied to Cataluña’s culture and history. All of the vineyards are controlled completely distinctly and individually, in order to take advantage of the characteristics that the different terrains contribute to the Garnacha and other grapes. Similarly, the wine is vinified in separate, distinct lots separated by the zones that the grapes are sourced from. This extracts the different qualities of each soil – the fruit forward nature of the fruit sourced from the sandy soils, the complexity and concentration of licorella, and the structure of the limestone soils. The best lots of each vinification are blended after in order to obtain this unique wine, which demonstrates the range of qualities of the terroir of Montsant.
“Bright and youthfully energetic on the palate, offering intense raspberry preserve, floral pastille and spicecake flavors that show seamless texture and a hint of smoky minerality. An impressively long, focused finish features rounded tannins.”Josh Raynolds, Vinous – 91 points
Txampian Txakoli Rose 2018: A warm soft pink hue with complex yet fresh and clean notes of grapefruit, raspberry,and nectarine zest. The mouth feel is very round and unctous with a light effervescence and very bright acidity and minerality that pairs this wine with almost any food.
Avancia Cuvee de O Mencia 2015: Coming from Galician soil known for its gold mines in Roman times to slate mining today, you can expect a wine that is very much a representative of the Mencia grape with vegetal characters, berry nuances and stony minerality. If you love Pinot Noir and other aromatic reds, then Mencía is something worth trying!
La Rioja Alta Vina Ardanza Reserva Seleccion Especial: 2010 was one of the best years for a Rioja Tempranillo blended with Garnacha as a Reserva Especial. The reasons why: very favorable weather, vines in excellent condition, and very moderate production. The official vintage rating was Excellent.
Fraga Do Corvo Godello 2018: From the Spanish region of Monterrei in Galicia comes this impressive jewel, a very elegant and aromatic white wine with a delicate allusion to the flavors of lemon, pear and orange blossom complemented by its refreshing acidity. Nowadays, the white grape variety Godello is one of the most favorite in Spain, which was almost lost after the ravages of phylloxera.
This outperforming Marques de Legarda Crianza 2015 is made by Bodegas de la Real Divisa, founded in 1367 and one of the oldest winemakers in Rioja. The name comes from the owner’s family’s ancestor Marques de Legarda. Deep Ruby red, medium high intensity. On the nose we find bright and pure red berry fruit sustained by rich aromatics and fragrance. On the palate it is lively and generous and well balanced. Fruit and spices linger into the finish.
Viña Bujanda Rioja Gran Reserva 2011: The winery combines the family tradition of these wine producers with the most modern techniques in the elaboration of wines. Joaquín Martínez Bujanda founded the original family winery, that has created this dynasty of vine-growers and winemakers, whose fourth and fifth generation is now in charge of the business.
Bodegas Borsao Campo de Borja Garnacha Tres Picos 2017: Borsao Tres Picos is the flagship of the winery. The best Garnacha of the Campo de Borja area. It was the first “100% Garnacha” wine produced in Spain back in 2000
Mas Fi Cava Brut NV: Mas Fi Brut Cava is an elegant and balanced sparkling wine. Undergoing second fermentation in this bottle, it is aged for 10 months providing its fine bubbles and complex and structured palate. There are notes of white flowers and citrus on the nose, with fresh stone fruits and pleasant creamy flavors in the mouth
Senda Negra Almansa Garnacha Tintorera Crianza Old Vines Cepas Viejas 2015: “Senda Negra” takes its name from the unpaved road between the vineyard and winery. This red wine is a Crianza made of Garnacha tintorera, a full-bodied, Dark Red, powerful, spirituous aromas with ripe fruit, sweet spices, red berries, toasted balsamic with smoky marked ends of toasted vanilla.
Breca Garnacha de Fuego Old Vines Aragon Spain 2018: Garnacha de Fuego is a young, fruit forward, authentic expression of the oldest clones of Garnacha in the world. Considered by many to be one of the finest values in the world.
Finca Villacreces Pruno Ribera del Duero 2017 is a blend of 90% Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. It is kept 12 months in french oak barrels. This Spanish red wine shows a deep black color similar to the ripe cherry. On the nose a particularly fruity aroma of those wines that have rested inside French oak barrels. Particularly fruity aroma typical of those wines that have rested inside French oak barrels.
Descendientes de J. Palacios Petalos 2017 is sourced from biodynamically farmed 60-year-old hillside and hilltop vines and is vinified in a fresh, modern style. This medium-bodied wine comes from the Mencia grape, the undervalued hidden jewel of Spanish wines!
Juve Y Camps Gran Reserva La Familia Brut 2016 Cava endowed with a bright and attractive pale golden color. Its tiny and abundant bubbles rise up forming numerous rosaries and a stable crown. High quality Cava from the hearth of D.O. Cava in Western Catalunya, Spain.
Losada Vinos de Finca Bierzo Losada 2016: The grapes come from old vines which are 40 years old, planted in small clay slopes. This is typical in Bierzo, as most of its vineyards are grown on steep slate soils.
Regarding its preparation, Losada undergoes 12-month aging in oak barrels which are 2-3 years old.
Bodegas Borsao Campo de Borja Syrah Zarihs 2015: Very good wine, balanced, with black fruits and a clear structure. This wine is the reference point of Spanish Shiraz due to its high quality.
Campo de Borja is a DO wine zone in Aragon, northern Spain. This extremely arid area is situated just south of the Ebro River and north of La Huecha River, and borders the southern stretches of the Navarra wine region. It is centered on Borja, a small town laden with history, having been founded in 5 BC by the Celtiberians (tribes thought to be of mixed Iberian and Celtic stock).
Bodegas Muga Seleccion Especial Reserva 2014 is perhaps the most easily paired with food of the Muga reds, a wine which combines the past and the future to perfection. On the one hand, it takes from classic wines its ability for evolution, its complexity and its delightful elegance, while on the other hand, its marked fruit-forward character comes to the fore, along with its fresh, spicy touches, more typically found in modern wines.
The grapes come from old vineyards planted on terraces and the must ferments using native yeasts in oak vats.
Bodegas Ordonez Botani Moscatel Old Vines 2017 is a young, elegant and fragrant wine. In this vintage, the aromas of ripe white fruit stand out, with floral notes of roses and jasmine. In the mouth, it is direct, with a certain volume and a very long finish.
Tinto Pesquera Ribera del Duero Reserva 2012 A classic and a legend among the wineries of Rivera del Duero, Spain. One of Alejandro Fernández’s most consumed wines, which is elegant, with great finesse and silkiness, good tannins and an intense and long finish. Wine & Spirits have it among the Top 100 wines of 2018.
Juve Y Camps Gran Reserva La Familia Brut 2014 Cava endowed with a bright and attractive pale golden color. Its tiny and abundant bubbles rise up forming numerous rosaries and a stable crown. High quality Cava from the hearth of D.O. Cava in Western Catalunya, Spain.
Dominio de Eguren Protocolo Blanco 2017, a young white wine I.G.P. Wines from the land of Castilla, from vineyards grown in a sustainable method. A refreshing and lively wine with a perfect balance of acidity and a great value for the money. Ranked as BEST VALUE by Wine Spectator.