Tasting Notes: A lovely blend of regional Spanish varieties, this wonderful wine demonstrates why Cava is such a popular location for making wonderful and delicious sparkling wines. Lovely berry/cherry fruit is balanced by good acidity, as well as delicate effervescence. Great wine, at an excellent price.
Tasting Notes: Produced from traditional Cava varieties, with a bit of chardonnay, showcases the clean tree and citrus fruit aspects. Brilliant pale gold, with green hints in the glass. The nose and palate share similar profiles. Very capable of matching with a wide range of foods, it's an excellent value.
Tasting Notes: From the northwest corner of Spain, this 100% albariño possesses plenty of clean stone fruit, with good weight and a bright, lingering finish. A killer combo with grilled fish; extraordinary with seafood paella.
Tasting Notes: Manzanilla-style sherry is one of the world's great aperitif wines. Bright and clean, it primes the taste buds, with its acidity and focused flavors. This style is desert dry, with focus and character. Great with appetizers, nuts, spring rolls, you name it. Easy to see why this is one of the planet's most popular examples. A classic Manzanilla.
Tasting Notes: Salty aromas intertwined with citrus notes make you dream of the beach right from the start. Layers of ripe tropical fruit fill the mouth. The beautiful crisp finish shows an ocean breeze hint of saline. A gorgeous wine that begs to be paired with shellfish and salads
Tasting Notes: Rueda produces the best Verdejo in Spain and this wine is no exception. Very complex nose and palate filled with pear, lime, grapefruit and balanced with good acid and just a touch of peachy sweetness. Your spring/summer pour for hot and spicy foods.
Tasting Notes: Lush and fruit-forward, the intense blend of blackberry and cherry flavors are followed by light tannins and a medium body. The structure and texture prop up the juicy fruit notes, and overdeliver.