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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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92 Points Wine Advocate -The 2009 El Puntido carries the name of the vineyard in Laguardia (Alava) from Which the Tempranillo grapes are sourced, 25 hectares at 600 meters altitude with borderline climate ...
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Rich ruby red with a tawny rim. On the nose it is intense with notes of Oriental spices, violets, incense and secondary fruit aromas. In the mouth it is silky and elegant with great refinement. The back-taste ...
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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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Medium ruby colour; aromas and flavours of plum, herb and red berry with hints of spice; dry, medium bodied with, balanced acidity, light tannic structure and medium long finish.
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The wine displays complex, red berry aromas with smoky vanilla notes. On the palate, there’s round, warm and juicy spiced red cherry fruit with a velvety character, and ripe tannins are apparent as a firm ...
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This wine comes from Rioja, but “Rioja” cannot appear on the label because of DO restrictions against wine exported in “bulk”. The moderately warm days and cool nights force the ...
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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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This new Village Series insures that each wine, which bares the name of its origin, is a unique representation of village where the grapes are grown. They are wines of personality and character, and Artadi’s ...
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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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Ruby-red color. On the nose it surprises you with its powerful fruity character mingling with reminders of its noble ageing, traces of coconut, toffee and attractive wild herb nuances. After a powerful ...
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Señorío de Cuzcurrita is the wine made from grapes from within the walled enclosure of the castle and other nearby vineyards. It is the label which most faithfully represents the personality ...
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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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Mature fruit aromas, mainly cherries, interwoven with subtle nuances of oak and liquorice. Good underlying acidity that provides vibrancy, what makes it perfect for enjoying it with food. Sweet tannins ...
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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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