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  1. Pedralonga doUmia Tinto Rias Baixas 2016

    Pedralonga doUmia Tinto Rias Baixas 2016

    The Tinto DoUmia is a traditional blend of 70% Mencía, 20% Caino, and 10% Espadeiro from the weather battered coasts of Galicia. Biodynamically farmed, fermented with native yeasts and partial whole cluster in stainless steel vats, then aged on the lees for one year. Light and refreshing red fruits with woodsy notes that never venture in to the tart fruit category. The palate is lean yet savory, with forest floor aromas and a pure fruit expression. 375 Cases Produced Learn More
  2. Atalier by Raul Perez "A Cruz das Animas" Rias Baixas Albarino 2018

    Atalier by Raul Perez "A Cruz das Animas" Rias Baixas Albarino 2018

    Extremely exciting new project from Raul Perez, making Albariño in a traditional manner. The vines have been farmed by the same family since the mid-nineteenth century, giving the wine an extra intensity and concentration. The grapes are picked later than most to soften the acidity, meaning MLF isn’t needed. The wine is then aged in old oak foudres for extra weight and texture. A serious Albariño which may cause you to rethink your perceptions of the grape. Learn More
  3. Remelluri Gran Reserva Rioja 2011

    Remelluri Gran Reserva Rioja 2011

    Winemaker Telmo Rodriguez is nothing short of a genius. He has been greatly influenced by his father Jaime and his wines are a blend of classic Spanish and modern wine making. 2011 was quite a hot vintage in Rioja and the wines that resulted are big with bold fruit flavors. The micro-climate in which the grapes are grown, coupled with the oak aging gives the wine flavors of plum, blackberry, walnut, herbs and leather. Learn More
  4. Ramirez de la Piscina Rioja Crianza 2014

    Ramirez de la Piscina Rioja Crianza 2014

    Old family based near Haro and making classic, old-school Rioja, all 100% Tempranillo. The wine spends 14 months in American oak, plus another 2 years in bottle to produce a generous but balanced crianza with aromas of ripe red fruits (strawberry, raspberry), licorice, leather, oak, and game. Very approachable at a very affordable price. Learn More
  5. Ameztoi Getariako Txakolina 2018

    Ameztoi Getariako Txakolina 2018

    Txakoli is the traditional wine of the Basque region in northern Spain, known for its light body, low alcohol, and spritz. This is a perfect example: alcohol is just 10.5% and the spritz gives it a really refreshing edge. There are fresh aromas of green apple, pear, grass, jasmine, and honeysuckle, while the vibrant acidity is given some weight by a touch of cream on the palate. Just about as refreshing a wine as you can imagine. Learn More
  6. Marques de Irun Verdejo Rueda 2017

    Marques de Irun Verdejo Rueda 2017

    This is a small bodega owned buy the famed Sherry house Lustau. The vienyards are located 500-700 meters above sea level and the soils consist of gravel and sand alluvial deposits on top of limestone bedrock. The wine is aged in all stainless and the lees contact gives the wine a pale straw yellow color. There are intense aromas of pineapple, mango, jackfruit and kiwi. There is firm structure and well balanced acidity. Learn More
  7. Vina Zorzal Graciano Navarra 2015

    Vina Zorzal Graciano Navarra 2015

    Graciano is a high quality Rioja grape that’s extremely difficult to work with – it was nearly extinct by the 1970s, but producers are reviving it and with good reason. This comes from right next door to Rioja in Navarra – hence the great price. The nose is attractive, perfumed, and floral with aromas of red fruits and spice that have real depth and concentration. Very approachable and amazing value. Learn More
  8. Lopez de Heredia Rioja "Vina Tondonia" Reserva 2006

    Lopez de Heredia Rioja "Vina Tondonia" Reserva 2006

    75% Tempranillo, 15% Garnacha, 5% Graciano, 5% Mazuelo from one of the great wineries of the world that’s been making wine from the Tondonia vineyard in Rioja since the nineteenth century. 2006 is the latest release, revealing a perfect balance between maturity and an amazing freshness. Dark and intense, with aromas of strawberry, raspberry, fig, prune, date, vanilla, coconut, and cloves. A wine that’s drinking beautifully now but will continue to evolve for decades. Learn More
  9. Ameztoi Getariako Txakolina Rose "Rubentis" 2018

    Ameztoi Getariako Txakolina Rose "Rubentis" 2018

    Co-fermentation of Basque grapes Hondarribi Beltza (red) Hondarribi Zuri (white) for a lean, tense rosé from vines up to 150 years old, grown on sand and clay in northern Spain on the Bay of Biscay. Alcohol is just 11%, making the wine light, super crisp, fresh, and very typical of wines from the region. There are aromas of red apple, strawberry, and red plum, while the capture of some CO2 is captured at bottling to give it a natural spritz. Learn More
  10. Alella "PB" Alta Alella DO 2018

    Alella "PB" Alta Alella DO 2018

    From the small Alta Alella DO on the northern suburbs of Barcelona. The grape is Xareŀlo, locally called Pansa Blanca. This is a fresh, engaging, extremely approachable white, with aromas of green apples, jasmine, acacia, and white pepper followed by a subtly waxy texture that gives the wine a complex mouthfeel. Light-bodied and fresh, this is a good summer wine that’s ideal with salads and white fish. Learn More