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Spanish WinesSpain is one of the largest grape-growing and winemaking countries in the world, with numerous diverse wine regions. The most famous regions for red wine are Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Toro and Priorat. Up and coming regions include Bierzo, Jumilla and Navarra. White wine regions include Rueda and Rias Baixas.
The most common grape used in red wine is Tempranillo, which is the predominant grape in Rioja, Ribera del Duero (known there as Tinto de Pais) and Toro (known there as Tinto de Toro). Grenache, or Garnacha in Spanish, may be the main grape in the Southern Rhone valley of France, but more Garnacha is grown in Spain than anywhere else. Syrah and Camernet Sauvignon have made inroads in Spain as well.
White wine varieties include Albariño, Macabeo (Veura), Verdejo and Godello.
Harveys Bristol Cream is deep golden in colour with fragrant aromas of candied orange, dried fruit and toasted almonds.
Keep a bottle of Harveys Bristol Cream chilling in your fridge and serve on the rocks with a slice of orange. After opening ... more
Produced since 1906, Dry Sack is easily recognizable by its distinctive sack-cloth bag and sleek bottle.Color - Amber
Bouquet - Intense aromas of dried nuts.
Taste - Full-bodied and balanced. Lightly sweet, not too dry nor too sweet.
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With fluctuating temperatures in Spring followed by cooling sea breezes in early summer, the flor influence has been considerable. This bottle offers a pungent yeasty aroma with smooth complex flavors.... more
The Sherry was destined at a young age to become an Oloroso, meaning that it was aged in the oxidative process. Right after the completely dry fermentation, this wine was fortified to 18% alcohol to withstand its special aging for the next five ... more
The standard-of-type and leader both in Spain and abroad. Manzanilla is the rarest of all authentic sherries, being uniquely site-specific in origin. Matured beneath a constant veil of yeast (called flor) as only occurs on the beachfront in Sanlucar, more
The "Don Nuno" Oloroso is best served as an aperitif with blue or strong-flavored cheeses, or as a digestif with nuts after a meal. It should be served at cool room temperature.NV: 89 Points
- James Molesworth, Wine Spectator
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An incredible value from famed negociants Equipo Navazos. This Fino En Rama is crisp, refreshing with a long finish. Perfect to pair with salty almonds, olives and cured meats.... more
Perhaps the best value dessert wine in the Lustau portfolio. This extraordinary Cream Sherry seeks to replicate the ancient style of Cream Sherry that was discovered quite by accident. Trading ships sailing to the Indies in the 16th century ... more
The world’s best-selling Fino
Always served cold from the fridge
Always kept and served just like a white wine
Drunk, once opened, within 4 or 5 days
Fantastic with food – especially savoury nibbles such as Jamon Iberico, ... more
This extra fine cream sherry comes exclusively from select vineyards in the Zona de Jerez Superior, the world's finest area for production of sherry. It is aged through the time honoured Savory & James solera system which was established in 1780. ... more
375ML Half Bottle
Aged longer than your typical Fino, Valdespino Fino Inocente remains under the flor (the yeast that grows naturally on the wines, protecting the wine from the atmosphere) for 8 years. (Typically time under flor is 3 years. Flor itself can be kept ... more