Lopez de Heredia Viña Cubillo Crianza 2008
Color: Clear, bright ruby. Nose: Fresh and slight aroma to licorice with consistent texture and persistent aroma. Taste: Smooth, fresh and persistent. Gastronomy: Perfect with all meat dishes, tapas and charcutery.
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Marques de Riscal Sauvignon Blanc 2009Pale yellow colour with greenish glints. A very complex nose with hints of fresh grass over a mineral base which gives the wine personality, and abundant fresh fruit such as citrus fruits, pineapple or melon. It leaves a fresh, aromatic taste in the mouth and has a clean, long finish. This wine goes perfectly with all kinds of seafood and pasta dishes. Ideal as an aperitif.
Artadi Viña El Pison 2002Made from 100% Tempranillo grapes from a single vineyard planted 1945, planted on pure limestone. Aged for 18-24 months in French oak. Very heavy triage, 4-6 week fermentation during vinification.
Bodegas y Vinedos Ponce Clos Lojen 2009This wine presents deep red color; it's almost black in your glass. Why? It's due to the red-skinned, red-fleshed natural of Bobal. The flavor is black fruits and sweet but only for a second as the perfectly integrated tannins sweep over the palate and aromas of banana, bubble gum, leather, tobacco and candy linger in the long finish.
Descendientes de J. Palacios Petalos del Bierzo 2014
Bodegas Olivares Altos de la Hoya 2012Aged in a combination of barrique and demi-muid. A few are new but most are 2nd and 3rd passage barrels from elite Burgundy producers. Most of the region is planted to Mourvèdre, locally know as Monastrell. Jumilla's summers boast hot days and cool nights, resulting in fantastically ripe grapes with good acidity. Bodegas Olivares's vineyards are in the northernmost zone of La Hoya de Santa Ana. This is the coolest subzone of Jumilla, with sandy, lime-rich soils that produce intensely aromatic wines.
Las Rocas de San Alejandro Vinas Viejas Garnacha 2007Calatayud benefits from a continental climate with vast temperature differences between night and day. Harvests are much later than in other parts of Aragón and the acidity/maturity/alcohol ratios tend to be more balanced. As most of the vineyards lie on what was (thousands of years ago) an old river basin, the soil is comprised of brown limestone and loam over slate and gypsum. This particular soil is also quite good for production of olives, cherries, and other fruits.
Rejadorada Toro Temple 2004
Bodegas Martin Codax Albariño 2015A refreshing food friendly white wine, Albarino is crisp, elegant and dry and has aromas and flavors of pear, passion fruit and apple with bright acidity.
Cellers Can Blau Can Blau 2011The D.O. Montsant, where Can Blau is located is horse shoe shaped appellation that surrounds the D.O. Priorat on three sides. It should have been included on the Priorat appellation but was excluded when it was designated. The winery selected the village of Mas Roig as the base of operations and purchased 60 acres of vineyards with an average age of 35 years. The varietal, Cariñena, was planted on sandy clay soil; Syrah on chalky soils and the Garnacha on slate, llicorella. The soils are similar in both areas with Montsant being a bit more complex with a mixture of slate (llicorella) clay and granite.