El Cotes du Rhone de Charvin se elabora fundamentalmente con Garnacha a la que se añaden cantidades menores de Syrah, Mourvedre, Carignan y Bourboulenc, y su vinificación es similar a la del Chateauneuf, con raspón y depósitos de cemento.
The wine is a single varietal of Tinto Fino that lives up to its name. A classic wine without any excess neither in the vineyard nor in the elaboration (fermentation in cement with whole cluster, aging in used barrels and large cask), where everything is in its place and the set is harmonious, elegant and above all very fine.
Selección de las cepas más viejas de más de 60 años (viñedo propio 1955-1968) y solo las mejores cosechas. Voluminoso, envolvente y aterciopelado al paladar, concluye en un final largo y muy persistente. 2950 Botellas. 93-94 RP
Monsieur Descombes experiments, in the good way. This a Beaujolais on the skins made with Chardonnay of calcareous clay soils, which he destems and then macerates for 15 days, after which it performs a pressing to begin fermentation. The wine is aged for six months in barrels and foudres
Strains between 15 and 25 years old for this wine that tries to respect the fruit by raising 50% of the wine in barrels and the other 50% in stainless steel tanks. Intense aromas of fruit (raspberry, plum); Fennel, licorice and vanilla along with toast. Good balance in the mouth with a soft and elegant tannin.
Made with a majority of Tempranillo and a small proportion of Graciano from the town of Ábalos, at the foot of Sierra Cantabria. These are clayey-calcareous soils in an area of Atlantic climate, which gives rise to fresh wines according to the style of the area. The wine is stepped on with bare feet (hence its name), and is vinified destemmed.
From a selection of twelve casks of Amontillado from Sanlucar that a few years ago made La Bota 37, the remnant is now bottled. A few years have passed and the wine has evolved differently. Who still has one of those bottles will be able to compare how the wine has evolved very differently without losing that very fine Amontillado character from some of...
The great wine of Palacios Remondo is the Special Reserve. The best of the best that comes from the La Montesa estate, mainly Garnacha and Tempranillo, with a small contribution from other traditional Rioja varieties. Selection of grapes, aging for 18 months in French oak barrels and a long refinement in the bottle. It is a Rioja great wine.
El blanco fermentado en barrica de Bodegas Riojanas, elaborado con las variedades Viura y Malvasía Riojana, que permanece 4 meses sobre sus lías con un batoneo diario. Esta ligera estancia en barrica le permite mantener una frescura y una untuosidad sin grandes excesos.
Red wine made with the Monastrell grape grown at 750 meters altitude on 2 farms owned by Bodegas Castaño: Pozuelo and Las Gruesas. It is aged for 6 months in French and American oak barrels. His name is as Yecla was called at the time of the Romans. Good price-quality ratio.
A brilliant golden yellow color, on the nose highlights its complexity, combining the aromas of the overripe grape, orange peel, pear, wax, honey with spicy notes from its brief passage through the barrel. Its stay in the bottle has resulted in a wine in the mouth: sweet, long, dense, creamy and persistent, with a good balance of residual sugars and...
The Carrasquín with which this Escolinas Carrasquín is made is a variety that the Benedictines brought with them in the 11th century to Cangas, when they settled in the Corias Monastery. Late maturing variety, its resistant skin makes it ideal for cultivation in the north of Asturias. And it gives tannin and acidity to the wines.