Spain

Spain is the third largest wine producing country in the world and whose dominant feature is the vast plateau known as the Meseta Central that covers much of central Spain. Several of Spain's principal rivers that are at the heart of many Spanish wine regions flow to the sea from that central area. These include the eastward flowing Ebro river that runs through the Rioja and several Catalan wine regions and the Duero which flows westward through Ribera del Duero.More than 400 grape vaieties are grown in Spain, but the top 20 account for more than 80% of total production. Key red varieties include Tempranillo, Bobal, Garnacha and Monastrell, while the main white varieties are Airen, Viura/Macabeo and Palomino and Albarino.Spanish wines are often labeled according to the amount of aging the wine has received, with the youngest being called Tinto or Joven. Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva indicate increasingly longer aging periods in barrel and bottle prior to release.

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  • Bodegas-Bilbainas-Vina-Pomal-Crianza

    Bodegas Bilbainas Vina Pomal Crianza 2017

    Viña Pomal Crianza is the flagship wine of Bodegas Bilbaínas, one of Rioja’s oldest estates, and has now been produced for over 100 years. The winery had a bottling plant near London’s Charing Cross in the 1940’s, and Viña Pomal was reputed to be a favourite of Winston Churchill. The wine is ruby with violet hues, while the nose is intense, dominated by floral and fruity aromas (black fruit) with notes of liquorice, vanilla and toasted flavours. The palate is balanced, soft and fresh. Shows good structure and soft tannins.

    $18.95
  • Bodegas-Forcada-Flor-de-Baco-Crianza

    Bodegas Forcada Flor de Baco Crianza 2017

    The winery’s vineyards for its Crianza lie at a very high elevation of 800 meters and are among the most dramatic and steep in Rioja. The vines reach up to 100 years of age and are located within a Biosphere reserve, where they are cultivated organically.

    $23.75
  • Codorniu-Anna-de-Codorniu-Brut-Reserva

    Codorniu Anna de Codorniu Brut Reserva

    Produced using the Tradtional Method of sparkling wine production, and aged for at least 15 months on lees, making this a Reserva Cava.

    $19.25
  • Codorniu-Cuvee-Barcelona-1872-Brut-Rose

    Codorniu Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose

    Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose pays tribute to Cordoniu origins, commemorating the year in which Josep Raventos crafted the first bottle of Cava. This exceptional Cava is draped in a bottle inspired by Spain’s famous modernist stained glass windows of Gaudi.

    $19.25
  • Legaris-Crianza

    Legaris Crianza 2017

    Plenty of detail goes into the evolution of this wine. The vineyards for this wine are sustainably farmed with cover crops in the vine rows. The grapes are sourced from 15 different vineyards, bringing varying elevation and soil types to the equation. Fermentation is spontaneous, to emphasize terroir. In terms of maturing and finishing the wine in oak, 22 different coopers are used to add complexity to final product. Legaris has used a 50/50 split of French and American oak.

    $33.95
  • Raimat-Albarino

    Raimat Albarino 2019

    Raimat’s “Saira” Albarino is named after the Spanish word for the log-necked, graceful storks which frequent the Catalan area, Costers de Segre.

    $17.95
  • Raimat-Rosada

    Raimat Rosada 2018

    Bright pale pink leaning towards an onion skin colour. Supple aromas with elegant notes of strawberry, plus notes of grapefruit with a touch of aniseed. Strawberry notes on the mid-palate and a very pleasant raspberry flavour with a sweet sensation.

    $17.00
  • Vinos del Paseante La Escucha Mencía 2017

    Vinos del Paseante La Escucha Mencía 2018

    Vinos del Paseante is an interesting project of Codorniu, who have defined 5 wines, in 5 key Spanish D.O.P. zones, to represent the complementary varietal and terroir character in one wine.

    $22.60

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