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A bold and fresh 100% Tempranillo wine that showcases the vibrancy of Campo Viejo and its home of Rioja.
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This delicate Moscato from the Valencia region of Spain is lightly effervescent, light in alcohol (11%), lightly sweet and has aromas of rose petal and peach. A fantastic aperitif and a beautiful way to ...
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Cordon Negro Brut is crisp, clean and well balanced. It is medium-bodied with a palate of apple, pear and bright citrus flavors with a moderately long finish and a crisp touch of ginger. It goes great with ...
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Grapes used to produce this wine come from old vineyards. Chalky and stony soils, poor in nutrients, are ideal for the growing of the Monastrell variety, with a low yield of about 2.500 kg/Ha. This wine ...
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La Nieta has been coined one of the best wines in the country from Rioja Alavesa. Applying a viticulture respectful with the environment following the biorhythms of the plant and organic fertilization. ...
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The wonderful Crianza aged for 12 months in American oak and then again 12 months in the bottle. In the glass a deep dark ruby red, intense aroma of black cherries , cloves and cedar. The aromatic fruit ...
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This is the lightest and driest fino. Produced near the seacoast at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River it has almost a salty tang. Serve chilled and is an especially good accompaniment to shellfish.
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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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Our rosé is made using free-run methods from two red grape varieties, Tempranillo and Garnacha. It has a modern, expressive style, different to Clarete, which is made with a high proportion of white ...
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Spanish wines are renowned world-wide for carrying all the passion and character of the Spanish culture within them. Any lover of Spanish wine would undoubtedly be able to confirm this notion, as the variety ...
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Tasting notes: An amber-coloured wine of intense aromas suggesting dried nuts. Full-bodied and balanced, with little acid and slightly sweet. Suggestions for consumption: It can be drunk neat or with ice. ...
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Artazu places their sole focus on this ancient variety, Garnacha, as to which they find full of charm and authenticity. Artazu crafts their wines using grapes from old vineyards nearly a century old, as ...
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Very attractive and stunningly dark topaz/ochre color; superb purity; perhaps the deepest colored Amontillado I’ve seen. Yeast sourdough almonds and baked pear aromas open up the aromatic proceedings in ...
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White wine made from the Airen grape is blended with all-natural citrus fruit essences and spice extract. Subtle tropical fruit flavors of banana and pineapple meet crisp aromas of orange, grapefruit, and ...
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The grapes for this wine come from a vineyard that was planted in 1960 called La Nava. The soils are composed of clay and a good amount of chalk. Avante was stainless-steel fermented and underwent malolactic ...
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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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