Spain’s vineyards are characterised by their often extreme climatic conditions. Vines may be found growing in desert or volcanic regions or in landscapes blanketed by snow. They can grow successfully in places with very low annual rainfall, like the central and south-eastern dry regions, or in extremely damp areas like those of north-western Spain, influenced by Atlantic weather. In fact, in some areas the strength of the wine making tradition is encouraged by the grapevine being the only plant capable of surviving and flourishing in extreme temperatures.
Spain has a very high proportion of old vines, giving lower yields. European Union money has enabled the wine industry to modernise and it is now the country that many wine critics consider to make the broadest range of wines of real interest. >>Read More
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Fully ripe Parellada grapes are used to produce this slightly off-dry wine. Cool-fermented in modern stainless steel tanks, the aim is to achieve a wine that combines youthfulness with a fresh, fruity character.
For those who wish to enjoy the pleasures of wine with all its flavour but the minimum of alcohol.
Pale yellow, very clear. Rich and fresh floral aromas of green apples, peaches and citrics. Fresh and lively on the palate.
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A dry rose wine from the tempranillo and garnacha grapes. Clean and vibrant on the palate with delicious raspberry and strawberry notes, balanced well by fresh acidity.
Fruity with a toasted wood and vanilla aroma acquired during cask ageing. On the palate it's full, elegant and velvety smooth with good body. Perfect served with lamb or beef, especially on the barbecue.
Tempranillos al Mundo 2011
Gold Medal Siglo Saco Crianza 2008
Robert Parker - Wine Advocate 2010 89 Points Siglo Crianza 2006
Mundus Vini 2011 Silver Medal Siglo Crianza 2008
Intense aromas of fresh herbs, cut grass, tropical fruits and mineral notes. The palate shows nice weight and the finish is suprisingly long for a Verdejo, this is a wine that punches above its price tag.
Original and slightly sweet white wine from late harvested Viura and Malvasia grapes.
A charming bouquet of tropical fruit and white flowers conveys its delicate sweetness.
A bright red cherry colour in the glass. The nose shows black fruit and vanilla from the oak. Fruity on the palate, with good balance, leading to a long and pleasant finish.
Pretty ruby red colour with a touch of violet on the rim. Charming on the nose with clean, fresh fruit and floral sensations (violets) in the background that enfold a pleasant vivacity. Delicious in the mouth with crisp fruit, exceptional structure and silky-soft tannins.
Moscatel and Gewürtztraminer form the basis for Viña Esmeralda, an exceptionally delicate and strikingly fragrant wine. A voluptuous, exotically perfumed nose with well-defined primary floral and fruity aromas. wonderfullly silky on the palate, this is a very refreshing food friendly wine.
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On the nose there are intense aromas of raspberry and cherry as well as delicate yeasty notes. On the palate, it is fresh and lively with a good acidity. This is a wine full of finesse with a long, rich finish.
A delicious dry white wine from Viura grapes. Surprisingly fresh and intense fruit highlighted by soft mineral notes. Clean and lively with good length.
Ruby-red with a brick rim in the glass. Complex nose with a good balance between red fruit and the nuances acquired from the oak during barrel ageing — spices, vanilla and coconut. Very tasty, with good weight and well-balanced tannins.
Tempranillos al Mundo 2011 - Silver Medal Siglo Reserva 2007
Intense aromas of red fruits, strawberry, raspberry and cranberry touched by fine nuances of vanilla and liquorice. Silky palate, with good structure and fleshiness. Pleasant and long-lasting finish.
Awards: 90 points, Wine Spectator - Top 100 list 2010
A blend of Chardonnay and Parellada gives an aromoatic and full bodied wine, with a profusion of flowery notes over a background of ripe peach and hints of fennel. On the palate the wine has good length on the finish and great texture. A touch of vanilla in the finish is indicative of the wine’s short ageing in French oak.