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The Solaz range consists of honest, fruit-forward, contemporary wines made from Osborne’s own family owned vineyards in Tierra de Castilla. Here in Mapica is Europe’s largest family owned, single estate vineyard. Mineral rich, clay-limestone soils, and a warm sunny climate provide ideal conditions for growing grapes.
This wine has real character – all the juicy elements of Tempranillo. Cherry-red, purplish, brilliant colour with primary notes of fresh fruit, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and violets with clean mineral tones from the granite, this little natural wine is phenomenal value.
Old vines planted at high altitude (700+m), on the edge of the Spanish meseta, in granite and schist and a high silex content. This is a long forgotten terroir which is now being rediscovered. Beyra tinto offers an unoaked expression of crunchy berry fruit and spice, with super acidity. Less on tannin, more on flavour.
Yaso is a wine of Tinta de Toro variety that has stayed in French oak barrel for 6 months. Its vineyards are older than 40 years and are located in the South East of the Zamora province on soft undulations and sandy texture with dun colour. Winemaking tradition in Toro shire dates back even before the Roman domination, more than 2,000 years ago. Yaso in Greek mithology is a healing goddess.
Intense, complex and inviting aromas of ripe berry fruit, preserve, raisins and caramel notes. Dairy nuances over a slightly smoky background and a hint of jam and spice. Easy drinking style but full bodied, fleshy, silky smooth with sweet and polished tannins.
Complex on the nose with coffee, vanilla, roast and balsamic nuances integrated into an intense bottom note of ripe fruit. Elegant and round. It is well balanced with a velvety attack followed by a pleasant acidity and a silky and full-bodied aftertaste resulting from its noble and ripe tannin. Its long aftertaste has spicy and balsamic hints, resulting from its long and peaceful ageing, as well as confit fruit nuances that uncover its personality.
The Quintas Symphonia is made up of 5 grape varieties that thrive in the moderate climate of the King Valley. The wine is made up of Saperavi, Tannat, Tempranillo, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The palate is seamlessly powerful as well as elegant, with fine, persistent tannins, a vibrant black fruit spectrum and notes of liquorice. The wine is complex, layered and unique.
Bodegas Lopez de Heredia is one of the wine world’s…
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.