Oblisco Tempranillo Syrah
This blend is shockingly delicious - the Tempranillo provides a vibrant punch of flavor while the Syrah balances with structure and spice. Simply put, this wine is graceful, with red fruit notes leading on the palate with a lovely spice finish. A harmonious blend that's easy to love.
Produced with only 100% Tempranillo, the signature Spanish grape, this a young and bright un-oaked version shows the real essence of Tempranillo in its youthful state: fresh cherry and red berry fruit on the nose, with a palate that is classically soft, silky and savory and has hints of sweet fruit, easy acidity and gentle tannins.
Senhor da Vinha Tinto
This red is a stylish blend of the Castelao, Aragones, and Trincadeira varieties, which combine to create an intense garnet colored wine, full of red fruit and a touch of peppery spice; it is well balanced, rich and full-bodied, showing depth and softness of fruit. A versatile and very food friendly wine, but it goes especially well with grilled fish and red meat dishes.
The excellent quality of the region's wines is due to the characteristics of the soil, as well as the micro climate of the region, which favors the cultivation of the wine. Young wine, balanced, with pleasant aromatic profile. In the mouth it is soft, harmonious with an extended test finish.
Fresh citrus fruit flavors lead on the palate with a nice underlying note of tropical fruit. Since this wine is largely unoaked, the crisp and refreshing acidity comes through on the palate making for a nice thirst-quenching wine that you will certainly love.
El Campil Chardonnay/Pardina
A blend of primarily 90% Pardina, this grape is grown abundantly in northwest Spain even though it is not commonly known in the U.S.. It displays a lemon-gold color, with a subtle nose of pear and fennel, and flavors of citrus and subdued melon in a medium bodied, medium acid, fresh white that is excellent when cold. A great wine with sushi and sashimi - which is not always easy to pair!
Fruit forward, yet crisp and refreshing, tropical fruit flavors lead on the palate, rounded out by balancing acidity to keep this wine from being overly flabby or sweet. This balanced fruitiness makes for a perfect pair to spicier Asian cuisines.
Mar Adentro White
Straw-yellow in color, this wine has aromas and flavors of tropical fruit and citrus, but with a well-balanced dryness and acidity. As a result, it is at once fresh and full of character, the perfect companion for a classic seafood dish from the Portuguese coast: a simply mixed fish grill with seasonal vegetables, or bacalhau a bras (salted cod with onions, potatoes, and eggs, sauteed - it's unforgettable!).