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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.
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
The original cream sherry, Harveys Bristol Cream's distinctive character is a result of the skilful blending of Jerez's finest sherry wines: delicate, dry Finos, nutty old Amontillados, fragrant Olorosos and rare, sweet Pedro Ximenez. Unchanged and ... more
Mahogany color, candied peach aroma; velvety smooth, raisiny sweet flavor similar to figs, soft yet full body;
long, creamy textured finishWhen to serve: As a dessert wine or with coffee
How to serve: Room temperature, slightly chilled, or on the ... more
Straw in color with tangy aromas of the sea rounded out by fruity lemon curd, almond skin, toasted bread and yeasty notes on the palate, this Manzanilla has a complexity fit for a King.This fresh Manzanilla is made from 100% Palomino bottled from 3 ... 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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True amontillados are naturally aged versions of the best finos, and are totally dry. Napoleon is a rare example of an authentic amontillado from Manzanilla origins in a long, lean and elegant style.... 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
An incredible value from famed negociants Equipo Navazos. This Fino En Rama is crisp, refreshing ... 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
92 Points Wine Spectator: Peach pit and nectarine skin notes course along, pushed by sea salt, singed orange rind and walnut accents. Shows lots of tangy nerve through the finish. Very refreshing, with excellent cut.... more
Pedro Ximenez is the name of the grape that produces this extraordinarily concentrated Sherry. The "San Emilio" is almost black in color. The aroma is the essence of sweet raisins. On the palate, the wine is very sweet, smooth and unctuous. This ... more
El Maestro Sierra’s Pedro Ximénez is aged for 15 years in the solera system. A great nose of exotic spices and almost red fruits combine with more classic caramel overtones. With great acidity the wine is light on its feet and almost refreshing.... more
Manzanilla is my new dry martini! La Cigarerra is solera aged for 4 years onder the flor (the yeast film that naturally forms on the surface). There's freshness on the yeasty/saline profile. Be sure to serve cold. –Melissa S.Bodegas La Cigarrera is ... more