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Warming Spanish Reds



  • Marques de Caceres Crianza Rioja
  • Raimat Abadia
  • Sangre de Toro Reserva
  • Celeste Crianza Ribera del Duero
  • Faustino VII Rioja
  • Conde Valdemar Reserva Rioja
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Marques de Caceres Crianza Rioja

Cherry red, clean and bright. Attractive luminous layer. On the nose a blend of toasted wood and hints of spice, combined with notes of candied red fruit and hints of liquorice. Round, pleasant, with voluminous tannins, revealing a slight aftertaste of ripe fruit. Lengthy and round finish.

Raimat Abadia

Intense, bright red with a purple rim. Displays fruit, berries, cherries, strawberry preserve, faint notes of black olive and spiciness on the nose. The palate is generous and clean. Zesty, with notes of black berries, dark chocolate, spices and sweet notes of oak. A long finish with woody notes and sweet tannins.

Sangre de Toro Reserva

Opaque Dark cherry red in colour. Perfumed notes reminiscent of blackberries and forest fruits with a full, long finish on the palate. An intense, spicy, warm, well structured, and very flavourful wine.

Celeste Crianza Ribera del Duero

Deeply opaque, dark cherry red, with garnet highlights.

Expressive aroma of black forest fruit (blueberry) with delicious, jammy cherry coming through, and a characteristic, terroir-imparted mineral nuance.

Velvety and elegant on the palate, revealing exquisitely fine, fruit tannins, good length, and refined aromas of aging in toasted oak.

Faustino VII Rioja

Beautiful cherry colour with ruby tones. Elegant, intense and with outstanding fruity notes of berries and subtle vanilla undertones. Palate filled with freshness and balance.

Conde Valdemar Reserva Rioja

Intense Red Cherry Colour with garnet rim. It displays delicate ripe fruit notes and sweet spices of a great complexity. An expressive wine, good structure in the mouth, tasty with ripe and elegant tannins.

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Red Wine, Mixed Cases




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