(Automatically translated) Made from 65-year-old vines, it is a Rioja that is both complex and modern, with its aging in American oak barrels. The fruit remains the star of this wine, with its accents of plum and black cherry, accompanied by cigar box and graphite. Round palate, tannic structure and freshness.
(Automatically translated) A beautiful scotch that has a little bit of everything. Pleasant nose of peat, citrus and saline notes. In the mouth, we taste the peat without being overwhelmed, beautiful notes of fruit, citrus fruits like lemon and we feel the sea in our mouth. A beautiful taste trip on the Scottish coast.
(Automatically translated) Being the little brother of the Condado de Haza of the Fernandez house, this magnificent wine has nothing to take away from it because it has a lot of character. It is very balanced in terms of tannins, it is dark ruby in color and has notes of very tasty red berries.
(Automatically translated) Here is a Quebec wine that perfectly embodies what a Chardonnay of northern climate should be: on the fruit, dry, and refreshing. A great balance in the mouth. Perfect with a salmon tartare.
(Automatically translated) This wine offers absolutely everything you would expect from a cuvée made from old Grenache vines. Roundness, power and richness, but with a superbly balanced finish. It is the comforting wine par excellence to accompany winter evenings and its simmered dishes.
(Automatically translated) An organic Amarone of great complexity. Aromas of black plum, black cherry, prunes, with notes of leather and cigar box. It surprises with its elegance in the mouth, without however being devoid of the richness expected of this appellation. Great aging potential in 2016.
(Automatically translated) A high-class Chardonnay that has nothing to envy to some Burgundy wines. A complex nose with aromas of toasted almond, pear, nectarine, with a touch of butter and a feeling of minerality. Roundness in the mouth, supported by a beautiful freshness. With scallops.
(Automatically translated) Blend dominated by the tasty "petit verdot". A grape variety mastered to perfection by this beautiful estate located in the mountains of Ronda, in Andalusia. Ripe fruit, sweet spices and a lot of pleasure in the mouth... The taste buds dance flamenco!