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Flavours of ripe plum, red cherry and berries blend with spicy notes of licorice and sweet balsamic. The wine is silky and well balanced with rounded tannins and refreshing acidity. The long, mineral finish has notes of sweet spice and ripe plum fruit.
Dark golden in colour, obtained by using both types of ageing. During the first three years it is a fino and after that it starts the oxidation process for at least five years. Dry with a yeasty, nutty aroma and a clean, dry finish. It is a great match with lamb ,caviar, veal, foie, mojama, blue cheese.
Grapes from all the best vines, the truly ancient ones, form this cuvée. The wine is fermented naturally and aged in seasoned, large barrels, before being bottled unfiltered. This is an immensely stylish (but not stylised) coiled spring, it’s terrific with simple seafood, from Sea Bass to Mussels.
A white wine, from an elaboration between Equipo Navazos and Dirk Niepoort following the same rigorous criteria of the best winemakers two centuries ago. a) the palomino fino grape, b) sourced from the best vineyards, c) fermented in butt, d) making use only of wild yeast, e) aged under the veil of flor that would grow immediately after fermentation had stopped, f) without fortification. Navazos-Niepoort is a unique wine, with Sherry like aromas, limestone and chalk dust notes. A wine full of character, vibrant, fresh and mineral, showing the pure expression of chalky soil.
Garnacha grapes are hand-picked from two vineyards in “El Barranco del Oso” in the hillside of Sierra de Toloño. Bodegas Exeo wines preserve the purity of the Garnacha grape and its fruit expression, in addition to the minerality that comes from the soils of the hillside of Sierra de Toloño.
Old low-yield vineyards, with more than 80 years, located in the plateau of Moradillo de Roa, with an altitude of 940 metres above sea level. 30 months in French oak, this is a powerful wine, with the right amount of acidity, soft tannins, perfect harmony and unforgettable aftertaste.
The Marco Abella family have been producing wines in the Priorat region since the 15th century. Marco Abella owns seven plots located on seven different mountains in the village of Porrera, Priorat. These are the highest plots of the Priorat region. The vineyards are managed with great care and respect for the environment, using the latest practices in organic farming.
Established in 1852, Murrieta is one of the oldest and most respected bodegas in Rioja Alta. Their wines are concentrated and long-lived and some, like “Castillo Ygay”, have become legendary amongst wine-lovers.
Valbuena is the purest expression of red wine at Vega Sicilia and is aged over five winters in barrel then bottle, hence the name of the end product: Valbuena 5º. The crucial first year of ageing takes place in barrel, with 75% French oak and 25% American oak. In this first stage, the aim is to amplify the wine’s structure, sense of sweetness and density. The second year of ageing takes place in large wooden vats and, during this stage, it gains elegance, complexity, tension and subtlety. The 2016 vintage is a floral and elegant wine, juicy and tasty with focused and clean flavours. A very good vintage that can age for decades – one to keep!
This is the estate’s flagship wine and the pinnacle of Ribera del Duero. A minimum age of ten years between barrel and bottle, one of the longest ageing processes in the world. Aromas & flavours of strawberries, autumnal leaves and fresh leather mingle with darker notes of bramble fruit and a hint of blackcurrants, sweet spice and dried chamomile flowers. Ripe and yet compact tannins lead to a long smooth finish. A delicious and yet brooding Único that will evolve beautifully.