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  • Pepe Mendoza Casa Agricola Blanco Alicante
    Valencia, Spain
    Moscatel de Alejandría, Macabeo, Airén
    Pepe Mendoza Casa Agrícola is the personal project of the man who has been the oenologist of the Enrique Mendoza family winery for 25 years; a career that stands out for a commitment to varieties of Mediterranean origin, organic techniques and small-scale craft productions with a clear D.O. Alicante character. In the winery, Pepe Mendoza Casa Agrícola Blanco is vinified with the stems in small 5,000 litre tanks at a constant temperature of 15ºC, without exogenous yeasts or enzymes. It remains in contact with the lees until it is bottled, and a minimum dosage of sulphite is used.

    Pepe Mendoza Casa Agricola Blanco Alicante

    €24.95
  • Bodega Pirineos Principio Moristel, Somontano
    Spain
    100% Moristel
    This indigenous red is grown on a co-op in Northern Spain, and is a hidden gem for versatility. Subtle tannin balances just enough tart acidity, to showcase flavours of cherry, rhubarb, blackberry, and plum. Pleasantly moreish.

    Bodega Pirineos Principio Moristel, Somontano

    €1,795.00
  • Emilio Hidalgo Amontillado Sherry Andalucia
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    A superb value Amontillado with flavours of raisins, dates and salted caramel. Medium dry and light to medium in body.

    Emilio Hidalgo Amontillado Sherry Andalucia

    €19.95
  • Emilio Lustau Los Arcos Dry Amontillado Sherry
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    Serve between 14-15ºC in a white wine glass as an aperitif with nuts or cheese. This Amontillado also combines well with consommes, green asparagus, artichokes and smoked meats; also ideal to pair to many spicy Asian dishes.

    Emilio Lustau Los Arcos Dry Amontillado Sherry

    €17.95
  • Lustau Dry Oloroso Don Nuno Sherry Andalucia
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    Serve between 14-15ºC in a white wine glass as an aperitif with nuts or cheese. This Amontillado also combines well with consommes, green asparagus, artichokes and smoked meats; also ideal to pair to many spicy Asian dishes.

    Lustau Dry Oloroso Don Nuno Sherry Andalucia

    €22.95
  • Valdespino Manzanilla Deliciosa Sherry Andalucia
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    Valdespino is one of the oldest bodegas in Jerez, with a history of Sherry production going back six centuries. Back in 1264, Alfonso Valdespino was one of 24 knights who fought against the Arabs for the city of Jerez with King Alfonso X. As a reward for his efforts, he was given the land that formed the basis of the bodega. Today Valdespino belongs to the Estevez family, who purchased the bodega in 1999. They own 750 hectares of vineyards in Jerez, including the renowned 'Macharnudo' Pago. This vineyard ownership allows Valdespino very close control over grape quality. They are one of the few bodegas to make single-vineyard Sherries and are also renowned for their VOS (Very Old Sherry) with over 20 years of ageing and VORS (Very Old Rare Sherry) with over 30 years of ageing.

    Valdespino Manzanilla Deliciosa Sherry Andalucia

    €13.95
  • Valdespino Inocente Fino Sherry Andalucia
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    Valdespino is one of the oldest bodegas in Jerez, with a history of Sherry production going back six centuries. Back in 1264, Alfonso Valdespino was one of 24 knights who fought against the Arabs for the city of Jerez with King Alfonso X. As a reward for his efforts, he was given the land that formed the basis of the bodega. Today Valdespino belongs to the Estevez family, who purchased the bodega in 1999. They own 750 hectares of vineyards in Jerez, including the renowned 'Macharnudo' Pago. This vineyard ownership allows Valdespino very close control over grape quality. They are one of the few bodegas to make single-vineyard Sherries and are also renowned for their VOS (Very Old Sherry) with over 20 years of ageing and VORS (Very Old Rare Sherry) with over 30 years of ageing.

    Valdespino Inocente Fino Sherry Andalucia

    €14.95
  • La Rioja Alta Vina Ardanza Reserva Rioja
    Rioja, Spain
    80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha
    A fantastic tempranillo blend that is ready to drink now but will also evolve over the next ten years. Extremely well-rounded notes of coconut, hazelnut and dark chocolate. Drinking very well now, but will also reward a few years' ageing in the bottle.

    La Rioja Alta Vina Ardanza Reserva Rioja

    €39.95
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    Rioja, Spain
    Tempranillo (75%), Garnacho (15%), Graciano & Mazuelo (10%)
    Super-smooth with light tannins, this medium bodied Rioja has plentiful aromas of black pepper, cherry and blackberry. The palate is dry with medium acidity, smooth tannins with flavours of ripe, damson plum, blackberry, fresh cherries and cassis alongside subtle oak, lingering black pepper, tobacco and light leather with a long finish. Drinking really well at the moment.

    Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondonia Reserva Rioja 1/2

    €21.95
  • Juanjo Tellaetxe Tantaka Blanco Arabako Txakolina
    Spain
    100% Hondarrabi Zuri
    Jaunjo Tallaetxe is a priest and shepherd who felt there was more to his regions wines than just pouring them from a height into tumblers and set about replanting his parents vineyards and creating his own cellar. The results are compelling, being lively, textured and remarkably complex, but infused with the scents and characters that also make the wines typical of their region.

    Juanjo Tellaetxe Tantaka Blanco Arabako Txakolina

    €21.95
  • Gallina de Piel Mimetic Calatayud
    Spain
    98% Garnacha Tinta , 2% Other Native Red Varieties
    Gallina de Piel is an exciting winemaking project from David Seijas, the former Head Sommelier at three-Michelin-starred restaurant El Bulli. David’s aim is to create versatile wines from Spain’s gastronomic northern regions: Catalonia, Aragon and Galicia. He works with local growers, selecting the best vineyards and indigenous grape varieties to create wines with an emphasis on elegance and freshness.

    Gallina de Piel Mimetic Calatayud

    €20.95
  • Celler de Roure Vermell Valencia
    Valencia, Spain
    Garnacha, Mandó, Monastrell
    Celler del Roure is a personal project of Pablo Calatayud, whose vineyards are located in Moixenet, Do Valencia. In the last decade, he invested a lot of energy in restoring the XVII century underground cellars with the original amphorae (600-2800 l capacity), which he uses for fermentation and aging. He focuses on reviving almost extinct varieties like Mando and Verdil as well as working with Monastrell, Macabeo, PX and Chardonnay.

    Celler de Roure Vermell Valencia

    €16.95
  • Casa Aurora La Nave Villa de Albares Bierzo
    Valencia, Spain
    Mencía (90 %) y Garnacha Tintorera
    Smell of cherry with violet hues. Pure red and black fruit on the nose, with notes of red berries, blackberry, violets, spicy notes, licorice, pepper, wild herbs, thyme and lavender. Good light structure on the palate, fresh, tasty, with slightly marked tannins and a long aftertaste.

    Casa Aurora La Nave Villa de Albares Bierzo

    €19.95
  • Manuel Guerra Via Arxentea Mencia, Monterrei
    Spain
    100% Mencia
    Via Arxentea Mencia is 100% Mencia. Manuel Guerra believes that winemaking begins in the vineyard and the Mencia grapes are highly selected from vineyards tightly controlled via green pruning and bunch thinning to obtain low yields and the best quality grapes with concentrated, colour, aromas and taste. Grapes are all harvested by hand from the estate and are fermented using indigenous yeasts. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and undergoes micro-oxygenation to soften the tannins.

    Manuel Guerra Via Arxentea Mencia, Monterrei

    €18.95
  • Aalto Tinto Fino Ribera del Duero
    Ribera del Duero, Spain
    100% Tempranillo
    One of the finest wines to emanate from Spain and in particular, the Ribera del Duero region. Aalto is pure Tinto Fino (Tempranillo), sourced from old vines - 40 to 80 years old - planted across seven different villages in the province of Burgos, supplemented with fruit from younger vines from Aalto's own vineyards located in two villages in the province of Valladolid. Matured for 17 months in a combination of French and American oak (50% new)

    Aalto Tinto Fino Ribera del Duero

    €46.95
  • Nanclares y Prieto A Senda Vermella Tinto Galicia
    Spain
    60% Caiño, 40% Mencía
    60% Caiño / 40% Mencía comes from 2 plots of Caiño and 3 plots of Mencía grown in the villages of Barro, Cambados and Vilanova along the Atlantic coast. After a warm & dry August, grapes were hand-harvested starting in early September, foot-trodden whole cluster and fermented in 2/3 used French oak barrels and 1/3 steel tank with native yeasts, and 20% of the juice is from 2017 harvest. After 21 days on skins, the wine was raised on fine lees for 9 months (the 2017 portion for a total of 20 months), bottled without fining or filtration, minimal SO2, and bottled aged for 10 months before release.

    Nanclares y Prieto A Senda Vermella Tinto Galicia

    €25.95
  • La Bicicleta Voladora Rioja
    Rioja, Spain
    100% Tempranillo
    “The Flying Bicycle” is Germán Blanco’s new project in Rioja Baja. With the help of an old friend and fellow oenologist, Javier Collio, Germán sources fruit from certified organic vineyards in the Navarra part of the appellation. The vineyards are dry-farmed and have an average age of 35 years old, grown in a mix of clay and limestone. The wine is made in a cellar in San Adrian, following the Milú philosophy: “happy wines made from happy grapes” is how he defines it. The grapes are de-stemmed and fermented in cold temperature from native yeasts. A slight maceration before the end of fermentation helps to make a delicate and fresh wine; no oak is used, and the wine stays in concrete tanks from 5 to 6 months.

    La Bicicleta Voladora Rioja

    €17.95
  • Quinta da Muradella Candea Tinto Monterrei
    Monterrei, Spain
    Mencia, Alicante Bouschet
    Many producers consider José Luis Mateo to be the finest grape grower in Galicia. He's relentless in his search for excellence and is often unhappy with the results even when you think the wines are amazing. In fact, his wines are amazing, without a doubt the finest of Monterrei, and they transcend the appellation and find themselves among the finest wines from Galicia and from Spain. This time he has done a custom bottling for the Matador magazine in Spain, a white from 2016 that ranks among the finest he has produced so far. His annual production averages 35,000 bottles per year.

    Quinta da Muradella Candea Tinto Monterrei

    €19.95
  • Quinta da Muradella Candea Blanco Monterrei
    Monterrei, Spain
    Doña Blanca, Treixadura, Verdelho
    Many producers consider José Luis Mateo to be the finest grape grower in Galicia. He's relentless in his search for excellence and is often unhappy with the results even when you think the wines are amazing. In fact, his wines are amazing, without a doubt the finest of Monterrei, and they transcend the appellation and find themselves among the finest wines from Galicia and from Spain. This time he has done a custom bottling for the Matador magazine in Spain, a white from 2016 that ranks among the finest he has produced so far. His annual production averages 35,000 bottles per year.

    Quinta da Muradella Candea Blanco Monterrei

    €19.95
  • Suertes del Marques 7 Fuentes Valle de la Orotava
    Spain
    100% Listan Negro
    Since the very beginning in 2006, this small and family-run winery has opted for the native varieties of the area and the use of traditional training methods of Valle de la Orotava, thus preserving the rich winegrowing heritage of this region, which goes back five centuries. Valle de la Orotava is considered the origin of the vineyards on the island of Tenerife. Today, a large part of the identity of the wines from Suertes del Marqués, both whites and reds, are based on the unique expression of the native variety Listán.

    Suertes del Marques 7 Fuentes Valle de la Orotava

    €21.95
  • Vinedos Verticales La Raspa Sierras of Malaga
    Andalucia, Spain
    80% Muscat of Alexandria, 20% Doradilla
    Born with the clear objective of enhancing the viticulture of Malaga's Axarquía , where the vineyards, many of them centenary, grow on steep slopes and slopes of between 40 and 60 percent , at elevations between 400 and 900 meters. altitude. All this greatly complicates any viticultural work, but at the same time, it gives the grapes unique characteristics for making wines. The winery is supplied from different plots located in Moclinejo, about five hectares in total, belonging to a small town in the Axarquía very close to the sea. Moscatel is mostly what is planted, but there are also some other varieties such as Pedro Ximénez or Romé . Viticulture is still very traditional, almost always assisted by mules in loading work and at harvest time.

    Vinedos Verticales La Raspa Sierras of Malaga

    €18.95
  • Callejuela Blanquito Manzanilla Pasada Sherry
    Andalucia, Spain
    100% Palomino
    Appearing a golden-yellow colour, it proves captivating with its very intense and concentrated aromas. It melds apple freshness with robust iodine notes and delicate white petals. On the palate it's tangy, firm and mineral, spicy and has hints of hay. Dry and saline from entry to aftertaste.

    Callejuela Blanquito Manzanilla Pasada Sherry

    €29.95
  • Raul Perez La del Vivo Lomas de Valtuille Bierzo
    Bierzo, Spain
    100% Godello
    Raúl’s intuitive winemaking and its extraordinary results have won him acclaim as the world’s best winemaker by publications around the world. His began receiving accolades as soon as he began making wine. At the age of 22, in 1994, he produced his first vintage for his family’s winery in Spain’s northwestern Bierzo region. He was quickly baptized the leader of a renegade wine movement called The New Spain. In 2005, he left his family’s business to strike out on his own. He created Bodegas y Viñedos Raúl Pérez, which became the reference point for the Bierzo appellation. Since then, he has expanded his sphere of winemaking activity to include the appellations of Rías Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, and Tierra de León. But Raúl’s heart and his home have always been in Valtuille de Abajo, the village in Bierzo where his family has been tending vines for over 300 years.

    Raul Perez La del Vivo Lomas de Valtuille Bierzo

    €29.95
  • Javi Revert Sensal Valencia
    Valencia, Spain
    Garnacha Tintorera, Monastrell
    Javier Revert Sensal is a red wine made with Red Grenache and Monastrell from a 0.8-hectare vineyard with the same name planted in 1965 at 700 metres of altitude on clayey, fresh and slightly clayey soils. The harvest is manual, and once in the winery, the two grape varieties ferment separately, with a percentage of whole bunches. Once the fermentation has finished, this wine ages in used barrels for 10 months.

    Javi Revert Sensal Valencia

    €20.95
  • Raul Perez La Vitoriana Lomas de Valtuille Bierzo
    Bierzo, Spain
    Mencia, Mainly
    Raúl’s intuitive winemaking and its extraordinary results have won him acclaim as the world’s best winemaker by publications around the world. His began receiving accolades as soon as he began making wine. At the age of 22, in 1994, he produced his first vintage for his family’s winery in Spain’s northwestern Bierzo region. He was quickly baptized the leader of a renegade wine movement called The New Spain. In 2005, he left his family’s business to strike out on his own. He created Bodegas y Viñedos Raúl Pérez, which became the reference point for the Bierzo appellation. Since then, he has expanded his sphere of winemaking activity to include the appellations of Rías Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, and Tierra de León. But Raúl’s heart and his home have always been in Valtuille de Abajo, the village in Bierzo where his family has been tending vines for over 300 years.

    Raul Perez La Vitoriana Lomas de Valtuille Bierzo

    €29.95
  • Altos de Torona Godello, Riax Baixas
    Scotland
    100%Godello
    The winery is located in Tomiño-O Rosal and enjoys the Rías Baixas micro-climate. They run the largest single-plot estate in the appellation with almost 100 hectares of vines on the hillsides of the Monte Galeno mountain. Similar to mountain wine-growing techniques, their vines are cultivated in south-facing terraces to guarantee healthy and ripe fruit. Altos de Torona winery makes excellent single varietal Godello following a careful process of preparation involving the purest tradition of the area and the most modern technology wine. Warm yellow color, a bit fresh fruity nose with pineapple, mango, raspberry, white flower notes. And pleasantly soft hints of lime, ripe sweet yellow pear, and mineral wetness on the palate.

    Altos de Torona Godello, Riax Baixas

    €21.95
  • castro-valtuille-bierzo
    Bierzo, Spain
    100% Mencia
    A wonderful red wine from Bierzo, in the northwest of Spain. Made from 100% Mencia sourced from 80-year-old vines. Raul Perez, who now runs the winery, is a figurehead for Bierzo wines in Spain, renowned for making some of the best wines in the world and considered a bit of superstar in Spanish winemaking circles. Deep purple in colour with a nose of raspberries, cherries, mineral and floral notes. Medium-full in body with a soft palate, the wine offers complex flavors of red berries, cherries and spice. It was aged for just over a year in French oak barriques. The wine has a smooth, lengthy finish.

    Castro de Valtuille 'Bierzo'

    €14.95
  • suertes-marques-candio
    Spain
    100% Listan Negro
    From Tenerife this red is made with 100% Listan Negro, a local grape variety from vines over 120 years old. Harvested by hand, the wine is bottled unfiltered. A complex nose of black fruits, blueberry and white pepper spice. In the mouth it shows character, race and youth with an acidity that gives the wine freshness, balance and harmony. Tasty, meaty and dense with ripe tannins giving way to a persistent, captivating and fruity aftertaste. A super complex red with ripe, fine tannins and fruit flavours that nod towards Pinot Noir as well as more Mediterranean varieties.

    Suertes del Marques Candio Valle de la Orotava

    €39.95
  • Rafael Palacios, Louro do Bolo Godello
    Spain
    Godello, Treixadura
    A nice dry wine with a ripe fruit character and a fresh acidity. This wine is creamy on the body with notes of citrus, biscuit and oak. The nose brings pear, ripe apple and baked bread.

    Rafael Palacios, Louro do Bolo Godello

    €26.95
  • 12 Volts
    Majorca, Spain
    A blend of local varieties along with some classic favorites, this red from Mallorca shows lots of vibrant fresh red and black fruits. Smooth and intense with great depth of flavour.

    12 Volts

    €27.95
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