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.
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A blend of Airen and Sauvignon Blanc, this is a wonderfully easy drinking and deliciously crisp modern-style Spanish white. Its refreshing citrus fruit flavours make it an excellent wine for the summer. All in all great value for money.
The success of the Marques de Castilla range has inspired us to list their super value range, red and white. This Verdejo is a remarkably well structured wine with plenty lemony fruit, some exotic hints, clean and fresh. Try it with fish and light sauces.
Charming and sweet. Produced from Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. The first one is a typical Bourgogne grape, and the second one from Bordeaux and the Loire valley. Chardonnay is the most widespread and popular white variety in the world. It produces balanced wines with a fresh and floral bouquet...
A wine from late harvested Chardonnay grapes. The grape becomes over mature and dehydrated, and the sugar concentration is higher.
However in the mouth the sugars do not dominate, but there is an harmonic acidity with a slightly oily sensation perfectly integrated on the wine and well balanced....
Grapes: Viura 90%, Malvasía 10%. Soil: Clay/Calcareous and Alluvial.double grape checking, both on selection belt and on tasting the musts,means that we exclude 50% of the harvest. Slow fermentationin new French oak and 3 months on fine lees are the secrets ofthis careful production...
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.