Spanish Wine - Medium - 13% - 13.99% - Vegetarian
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Diego de Almagro Reserva 2014
Spain’s specialty is perfectly mature, smooth-as-silk reds … like this gorgeous Reserva from the sought after Félix Solís estate. It’s a barrel-aged Tempranillo that brims with vibrant, red-berry flavor, plus vanilla and toasty spice.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Reserva Rioja 2014
Spain’s great specialty: patiently cellared, barrel-aged reds. Crafted by one of Rioja’s most historic (and acclaimed) families, this elegant Reserva is a happy marriage of red-fruited Tempranillo and silky Garnacha. A perfect match for roast lamb.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Gran Reserva 2011
Fifth-generation winemakers Victor and David Manzanos make serious Rioja Gran Reservas, winning international golds and ‘superior’ ratings from the world’s top critics. Aged 36 months in barrel, their 2011 release is luxurious proof.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Blanco Barrica 2017
You may know Rioja’s reds – but its whites are also delicious. See for yourself with this acclaimed, barrel-aged find from a top estate (whose wines tend to land on major Top 10 lists). Reminds us of a good white Burgundy, minus the huge price tag.
Barón de Barbón Albariño 2019
Rioja specialist Javier Murúa also makes (equally delicious) Albariño in Spain’s famed Rías Baixas. Pop the cork on this full-bodied beauty and unleash vibrant flavors and the trademark zip fans love. Perfect with fish or sipped by its racy self.