Colares is a small appellation northwest of Lisbon and one of Portugal's oldest. Planted entirely in sand, the vines growing there are ungrafted, and very, very old. The red grape of Colares is Ramisco, which grows nowhere... Read More
Nexus Crianza collects the fruits of patience, effort and knowledge to offer us a feast of sensations coming from our Tempranillo. Vines grown in our clay and limestone terroirs, lashed by brave wind, beaten down by strong rays... Read More
Navajuelos is a vineyard located in the municipality of Tobarra, one of DO Jumilla’s highest and coldest regions.
It is located on the side of the valley in sandy soils heavily strewn with stones, which gives these ungrafted... Read More
This wine shows a deep red colour with shades of ruby on the rim of the glass. To the nose, at the time of release, it revealed a delicate balance between ripe red berry aromas and those of spices and smokiness. Over time, bouquet... Read More
The quality at Château La Galiane starts in the vineyard. The soil consists of outcroppings of fine gravel on a clay-limestone base which facilitates excellent drainage, leading to ripe, healthy fruit.
The 2015 Réserve de Léoville-Barton offers pretty blackberry and wild strawberry scents on the well defined nose. The palate is medium-bodied with sharp tannin, fresh and lively with a slight confit finish. An absolute... Read More
Wild black forest aromas, this is a wine full of sweetness and intensity. A deliciously rich and moreish style and the obvious alcohol is beautifully coated by the fruit. A hedonistic wine showing the very best of merlot (44%)... Read More
Handpicked harvest, sorting of the healthy and well-ripened grapes. Total de-stemming. Cold maceration before fermentation. Alcoholic fermentation at 35°C. Maceration after fermentation at 30°C. Malolactic fermentation... Read More
Grapes are picked by hand, in owned vineyards. They are gently crashed and left starting fermentation spontaneously; must ferments with skin contact at about 25°C of temperature as long as possible, even 5 weeks,... Read More
Santa Lucia is a small paradise where nature and architecture are integrated with great balance, according to the classic tradition of the Franciacorta area. Time seems to have stopped in these vineyards; exposed to the sun in... Read More