Red Wine by La Rioja Alta from Rioja, Spain. #22 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2013 Clean, bright dark-cherry red of medium depth with a pink rim. Notably expressive nose with spicy notes of coffee, chocolate, vanilla and cloves and fine wood aromas against a background of ripe dark fruit. It is a well-structured, balanced wine with a lively, enticing freshness that combines with polished tannins to fill the mouth with pleasurable sensations. Long aftertaste, marked by the subtlety of a brand whose traditional
Red Wine by Legaris from Ribera del Duero, Spain. This Tinta Fina (Tempranillo) is an intense, cherry-red color with youthful violet highlights. Red fruit character stands out among vibrant aromas, combined with hints of vanilla and coconut that originate from 12 months in oak barrels. Legaris Crianza is typified by lively flavor, firm structure and good length.
Red Wine by Palacios Remondo from Rioja, Spain. You will find complex aromas of ripe strawberries, soft citric notes and delicate spices such as pink pepper, mixed with hints of rosemary, wild chamomile and other Mediterranean herbs.
Product 8/16 Region: Spain Winery Notes: Produced and bottled by Locations Winemaker ’s notes: A blend of Grenache/Garnacha, Tempranillo, Monastrell, and Carignan /Cariñena Maturation : Barrel aged 10 months prior to release Priorat, Jumilla, Toro, Rioja, and Ribera del Duero are among the most noble growing regions on the Iberian Peninsula and purposely chosen for the second release of our Spanish red wine. A continuation of an original concept to seek out particular vineyards and make an eclectic
Red Wine by Finca Allende from Rioja, Spain. The wine is stainless-steel fermented for approximately 22 days, then transferred to 98% new French Allier and 2% American Oak barrels, where it undergoes malolactic fermentation. It is then aged for 14 months. The wine is lightly fined, and then bottled unfiltered.
This wine is from Spain, Catalunya region, Terra Alta sub-region. Fruity, unoaked wine that really impressed us! A nice pure expression of the fruit from Terra Alta, the DO in the highlands of southern Catalonia. This wine is wonderful. CABERNET SAUVIGNON ^GRENACHE ^MERLOT ^SYRAH ^TEMPRANILLO Wine
Red Wine Red Wine Shop for Red Wine Online Red wine, as a category, defies any easy description or generalization. It is powerful and nuanced, bold and subtle. For every heavy, rich California Cabernet, there is a light and herbal French Pinot Noir. For every sleek and powerful Bordeaux, there is a spicy and exciting Spanish Rioja. Red wine is produced from hundreds of different grape varietals in hundreds of countries around the world (including a few that might come as a surprise), so there are almost
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A wonderful blend from Spain 'woven' together from Garnacha and Tempranillo to create a very well balanced, lush wine. With a bouquet of red cherry, this wine rolls across the palate bringing flavors of raspberry and cocoa, followed by subtle notes of peppercorn and red fruit.
Red Wine by Vina Eguia from Rioja, Spain. This wine is a bright, ruby color, with brick red hints. The aromas are intense and complex, with vanilla and aromatic herbs and spice notes perfectly blended with mature red fruit. The palate is balanced, with an elegant structure carrying through to a long finish.
SKU 457682 Numanthia Numanthia 2006 Numanthia - Castilla Y Leon - Spain - Toro Rated 94 by Robert Parker The mid-level 2006 Numanthia is a deeper color than both vintages of Termes. It displays a brooding bouquet of wood smoke, Asian spices, violets, espresso, black cherry, and blackberry. Dense, rich, powerful, and incipiently complex, it merits 5-7 years of additional bottle age and will offer prime drinking from 2015 to 2026. Rated 93 by Wine Spectator Firm tannins frame black cherry, mineral, licorice
2012 Juan Gil Jumilla Red Wine 750 ml. is a red wine from Jumilla in Spain, available for purchase at WineMadeEasy.com Size: 750 ml., Varietal: Monastrell, Vintage: 2012, Country: Spain, Region: Jumilla, Rating: Unrated, Producer: Bodegas Hijos de Juan Gil
Forum Cabernet Sauvignon Vinegar is produced in limited quantities at Cellers Puig and Rocain in El Vendrell, a famous wine growing region in Catalonia, Spain. The premium red wine vinegar is aged in oak barrels and left unfiltered to retain the full flavor of the grape. The mature, complex, balanced vinegar can be as useful as salt in enhancing the flavor of dishes from soup to steak sauce. 500 milliliters, 16.9 fluid ounces
This wine is from Spain, Rioja region. This wine has a dark cherry color. It also has very intense aromas of ripe red fruit and creamy oak, spices, and cocoa. Kosher TEMPRANILLO Wine Spanish Still Wine
This wine is from Spain, Canarias region. In 1977, D. Antonio Ramirez bought a small piece of land in the hills of La Lechuza (a small town on the island of Gran Canaria) known locally as 'El Fronton'. There he planted some vegetables and vines for the family's needs. In 1999 his two sons, Pedro and Antonio, decided to bottle some wine to sell locally. The vineyards are high-elevation - many above 1,000 meters - and in many cases on terraced slopes.. 'From the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain, this is
Lemon and mineral aromas compose the inviting nose of this well-priced Albarino. Crisp, flavorful, and nicely proportioned, this lengthy offering will deliver enjoyment for another 3 years. -Wine Advocate The Licia label is a project between Winebow and winery owner Jose Limeres, a native of the Galician town of Pontevedra. Limeres, owner of several successful restaurants in Madrid, entered the wine business when he was searching for a reliable supplier of quality wines for his restaurants. He bought his
O. Fournier Red Wine Alfa Crux Sku: 1474079* Founded in 2000 by Spanish entrepreneur Jose Manual Ortega Gil-Fournier, Bodegas y Vinedos O. Fournier is comprised of estate vineyards in Argentina’s Uco Valley, Chile’s Maule and San Antonio Valleys and Spain’s Ribera del Duero region. They produce a range of high quality wines from superior vineyard sites using a blend of traditional and modern technology. Chief Winemaker Jose Spisso oversees the winemaking for all three estates. O. Fournier produces four
This wine is from South Africa, Western Cape region. Rhone meets Spain meets Italy. New world, fruit driven, upfront style. Intense fruit on nose which follows through to the pallet. Silky tannins with a hint of sweetness ensure a smooth wine with delicious juicy fruit. Exuding classic violets and spice nuances, the Shiraz lends a clean, fresh structure to the wine, whilst the Petit Verdot adds black fruit, spice and spunk to the blend, and the Sangiovese the final, refined touches with its clean fruit and
Red Wine by Resalte de Penafiel from Ribera del Duero, Spain. The wine exhibits a cherry red color with an intense robe, clean and bright. Complex, harmonious, clean, with finesse. With a marked fruit character, black licorice, cherries and blackberries are underpinned by integrated toasted oak aromas. Gutsy, with good acidity, ripe tannins, creamy, long and persistent
This wine is from Spain. 92 points, Stephen Tanzers International Wine Cellar Deep, brilliant ruby. Deeply pitched dark berry preserve and licorice scents are lifted by intense mineral and Asian spice notes. Smoky, sweet and concentrated, showing excellent energy to its blackberry, cherry-cola and floral pastille flavors. The mineral quality comes back strong on the long finish, which features dusty tannins and emphatic dark berry and violet character. This one looks to be a good cellar candidate. MENCIA
This wine is from Spain, Castilla Y Leon region, Ribera Del Duero sub-region. Alejandro Fernandez personifies the mercurial 20th-century Spanishexperience. A family breadwinner from the age of thirteen, he went on to learnseveral trades, beginning as a master carpenter. After military service heworked selling agricultural machinery but soon came to manufactureequipment of his own design, attaining national success with a revolutionarybeet harvester. During all these years Alejandro harvested and made