Showing all 19 results
Spain’s most famous grape variety, Tempranillo, is full of juicy bramble and cherry fruits with a hint of spice on the nose while the palate displays soft rounded tannins. This red is supple and succulent with a juicy finish.
Great on its own or with grilled lamb cutlets, mild curries or casseroles.
The Lopez de Haro winery is situated in the historic town of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, surrounded to the north by the Sierra Cantabria and to the south by the Ebro river.
A blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha and Graciano, this is a smooth and fruity Rioja in a half bottle – just a cheeky glass or two!
Vineyards are grown on the plains surrounding the town of Manzanares in La Mancha, on a number of varying soil types. The nose gives liquorice, dark fruits and lychee aromas. Intense, with medium structure and a long finish on the palate.
Goes well with Chorizo, Spaghetti bolognese, Toad in the hole, Steak Frites
Much of Spain’s vineyards are devoted to the commercial grape varieties that we all know and love such as Tempranillo and Syrah, but there are also small plots of older, native varieties such as Graciano, Monastrell, Tinto Velasco that farmers have preserved out of a sense of pride or interest in their history. Today we recognise more and more the value of this diversity and the wealth of flavours of some of these older varieties when they come together in a blend.
Rich, ripe, spiced and brambly fruit, pure and mouthfilling with round tannins, and a lively finish. The small amount of these grapes that remain means it is not possible to vinify them separately so the grapes tend to be harvested together as a Field Blend.
Vinos Mas Buscados – literally meaning most wanted – make some criminally good wines in the Southern part of Spain known as La Mancha. Friends and Masters of Wine, Fergal Tynan and Giles Cooke set off on a journey to find the unsung heroes of Spain, be they regions, growers or winemakers.
A vibrant, juicy wine full of ripe blackberries and spice. Easy drinking especially with spiced stews and charcuterie boards.
This wine has real character – all the juicy elements of Tempranillo. Cherry-red, purplish, brilliant colour with notes of fresh fruit, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and violets with clean mineral tones from the granite, this little natural wine is phenomenal value.
A bright fruit-bursting wine that emphasises vineyard over bodega, which discards the hackneyed image of Rioja, everything about this wine is intentionally provocative to challenge your view on what Rioja is. This wine stands out for its red and black fruits and liquorice aromas. Fresh and round with a mulitutude of nuances supporting the black fruit flavours.
Intense cherry red, with bright blackberries and plums develop into a dark and brooding concoction with hints of spice, tobacco and toffee.
The tannins give you a gentle tug and then give way to a smooth and velvety caress on the palate. Simply outstanding value from the region.
From a selection of old vineyards with very low production settled on poor land of Ebro’s terraces in the area of San Vicente de la Sonsierra (La Rioja). A smooth and velvety wine with sweet and ripe tanning that make it a pleasant and easy-drinking wine with a long aftertaste
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.