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Opaque dark violet color. Bright, fruity aromas of white chocolate, nougat, cherry sauce, and pepper with a silky, tangy, fruity medium body and a smooth, stimulating, medium-length craisin, pomegranate, ...
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Marques de Arienzo Crianza Magnum 2010 is a red wine from Rioja made with Tempranillo and 90% Mazuelo and Graciano equally. Wine has been 18 months in American oak barrels, after which it will continue ...
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Intense and vivid red color, with violet hints. Red fruit aromas of blackberries and plums are blended with a subtle touch of liquorice and surrounded with a fine oak notes that increases the complexity ...
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Dark cherry red with purple edges, well covered.Full, rich nose. Mature cherry, small fruitsof the forest with notes of confit and spicy touches.Smooth entry, well structured and meaty. Balanced, and the ...
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A blend of all-natural citrus fruit extract, pure sugar cane, water, and wine made from the Tempranillo grape, are combined with a touch of spice essence. Crisp apple flavors mingle with succulent aromas ...
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Ancient bush vines harvested in the cooler region of Burgos produce a unique wine for Ribera del Duero. Bright red fruit & flavors of cranberries and rhubarb separate this from the more austere dark fruit ...
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The 2005 Coto de Imaz Gran Reserva is dark in color while showing the early stages of maturity around the edges. Polished and refined on the palate with notes of cherry, cedar, tobacco and leather. The ...
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On the nose, it displays ripe, dark fruit, grape syrup, bitter chocolate and as it opens up, hints of spices such as pepper, vanilla and a little mountain scrub begin coming through. On the palate, it is ...
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95 Point The Wine Advocate - The 2005 Prado Enea Gran Reserva spends 36-months in oak, nine months in new oak after which it is racked into American oak that is semi-new (i.e. a new barrel that is broken ...
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70% Tempranillo, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Graciano. Pairing: Baked deer loin with cranberries, currants and red wine sauce; Oxtail cooked in red wine, clove and peppermint with cauliflower cream; Baked ...
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Garnet-red colour with violet hues. Intense aromas on the nose, with red-berried fruit, reminders of the baker’s shop and vanilla. Meaty and complex on the palate with a touch of acidity to make it ...
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A wine that clearly demonstrates the potential, quality and balance of a stellar Rioja, it is deep cherry-red in color and contains enticing aromas of ripe forest berries, black licorice candy and lightly ...
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Intense black-cherry colour with good depth of colour and hardly any signs ofevolution.Very expressive aromas on the nose with notes of liquorice, cinnamon and black pepper, with just a subtle hint of the ...
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A traditional grape with an intense black colour and a hard skin. It is used to make wines of excellent ageing, moderate fruit acidity and pleasant aromas.
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Ramon Cardova is a luxurious example of Spain’s famous Rioja wines. Produced from 100% Tempranillo grapes, which are carefully selected from old vines surrounding the town of Haro, La Rioja. With its bright ...
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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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