The Iberian Peninsula is perhaps the most innovative area in wine terms. At the value end of the scale there are unbeleivable wines, full of ripe fruit. Equally the fine wines are capable of battling it out with the best from France and elsewhere.
Page : 1 Items per page :
Showing Items : 1 - 4 of 4
The Carqueixal Albarino hails from the DO of Rias Baixas in Galicia, on the north Atlantic coast of Spain. This is a lovely, floral wine, that offers ripe citrus and stone fruits such as peach and apricot. Great with seafood dishes.
The grape variety that makes up the Muga Tinto Reserva includes; 70% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha and 10% Mazuelo. The vines lay on clay/calcareous and alluvial soil. Matured for 6 months in traditional Riojan oakvats, 24 months in small oak barrels and a miniumum of 12 months in bottle. This wine...