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Koden is an Aztec word meaning “the time in a woman’s life when she’s at her most splendid” which, we think, is an excellent name for a wine. And, with fragrant, red fruit and a ...
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Pronounced Mahn-sah-knee-ya. An extremely dry cocktail sherry, very pale in color and incredibly light in the body. It comes from the area of the Jerez region near the sea. The ocean air gives it a delicious ...
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This Amontillado shows a rich amber color, giving off some of the salty yeastiness aromas that betray its Fino roots. Over that lies a rich layer of dried cherry, baked apples, and a prominent walnut note ...
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Very fine nose and fleshy, sweet and velvety mouthfeel. nose:Raisins, figs and dates, bitter orange peel. Notes of coffee beans in liqueur and chocolate liquor. Mouth: Dense, sweet, velvety, raisin and ...
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Deep cherry pillory. very marked varietal aromas and minerals, with abundant balsamic red fruits (currants, raspberries), scrubland, lilacs and. The palate is fresh, sweet and with a long and delicate finish.
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Red garnet color with brick overtones, clean and brilliant. Good aromatic intensity, with vanilla, spices and ripe red fruit aromas. A serious palate, were red fruit flavors and elegant oak notes mingle ...
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Ultimate Beverage Challenge 91 points (Jun 2014) - Pale maize yellow color. Aroma is a clinic on Fino Sherry brilliance, dryness, doughiness, yeastiness plus other succulent scents such as green olive, ...
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Dark, full satured red; red-black berry; vibrant, bright aromas of cherry, plums, currant; fine toasty and coffee flavours; rich seductive cherry fruit; black berries; complex, sophisticated, elegant; rich ...
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An attractive straw-greenish yellow color, with ripe lemon nuances. Bright and slightly sparkling, the wine stands out for its intensity and elegance. It has aromas reminiscent of damp, dewy, fresh herbs ...
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Bright gold. Subtle aromas of apple, pear and melon, with a gentle mineral undertone. Juicy, nicely concentrated orchard fruit and honeydew flavors are brightened by a hint of lemon pith. Finishes on a ...
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Cherry red with purple rim Grant.Ripe fruit, expressive fruity, smoky.Powerful, flavourful, fruity, fresh, smoky lasting effect.
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Very dark blackish-purple, a shiny patent-leather look, clear violet at the edge. Simple but fresh, young and primary aromas, cherries and vanilla. Bright and tangy cherry fruit on the palate, with plenty ...
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91 Point Vinous / Antonio Galloni - Bright violet color. Powerful, smoke-accented aromas of ripe black and blue fruits, floral pastilles and minerals. Delivers a suave blend of richness and vivacity, offering ...
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Numanthia is the estate’s signature wine and uses the best grapes from the appellation. The winemakers aim to reveal and magnify the natural quality of fruit harvested at perfect maturity. The result ...
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John Harvey & Sons Bristol Cream has a deep golden chestnut and amber color, withclean, fresh and tangy dried fruit aromas, fruity grape flavours and creamy velvet, smooth, mellow, woody nutty and earthy ...
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Spain is among the largest producers of wine and is widely planted with winemaking grapes. Spain is covered in vineyards. Because of these sprawling views, we highly recommend a country drive when you find yourself in the country.

Native grape varieties grow in regions throughout the country, stretching from Galicia through La Rioja to Catalunya, down to Andalusia, and even over to Mallorca. Have fun with your tasting. Grab a bottle from each region of Spain to take your palate on a tour. Tap into the culture with tapas to go along with your wine.

At Wine Chateau, our selection includes reds, whites and cava (sparkling wine) as well as wine by grapes, including popular Airén and Tempranillo. Buy Spanish wine online to taste the difference in the grapes for yourself.

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