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Ailala Treixadura 2016 (1x 75cl)

Pale gold in colour with lively reflections. There are clean, powerful aromatics on the nose with apricot, white flowers and a sort of saline, sea-shell undertone. Spices such as clove, mint and fennel are also present. The palate displays sweet lemon and ripe melon with plenty of zing and grapefruit peel. A wine of great complexity and style and with bags of character. Treixadura is truly a noble grape!

£11.60

Beronia Viura Barrel Fermented Rioja 2014 (1x 75cl)

This wine is produced following the traditional method used in the Rioja region for white wines. After harvesting, the Viura bunches undergo static maceration without destocking for 18 hours in order to liberate aromas. The grapes are then left to settle at 5ºC and following this alcoholic fermentation takes place in French oak barrels. The wine is left on its lees and in total remains in barrel for 6 months. Following bottling in October 2013 the wine will remain in bottle for 6 more months before being released to the market.

Beronia Viura Barrel Fermented 2012 shows a bright yellow-green colour with golden highlights. On the nose it is fine and elegant with citric and herb aromas. It shows subtle notes of oak and cinnamon due to the time it has spent in barrel. On the palate, the flavours are fresh and full as well as fruity and sweet. This wine is silky and flavourful with a long finish.

Serve well chilled with oily fish, smoked fish and meats or white meats.

 

£12.75

Beronia Verdejo, Rueda 2015 (1x 75cl)

The 2016 vintage was awarded 89 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their July 2017 edition review of Rueda Verdejos (see blue link below)We appreciate it is subjective, but we judge the 2015 to be of equal quality and drinkability, and the 2016 will be coming (y)our way soon!

Beronia Verdejo 2016 - July 2017 Decanter review

The special personality of Beronia Rueda Verdejo comes from the perfect unión of the Verdejo variety and the ‘cascajoso’ stony soil of the region. The vineyard, well ventilated, rich in calcium, magnesium and with excellent drainage, give this Beronia Rueda a unique character.

This a wine (unusually) produced from two different harvests in the same vineyard. An early harvest with fermentation at high temperatures in order to achieve an explosion of aromas and notes of ripe stone fruits. Then a second later harvest fermentated at lower temperatures looking for maturity and more concentration and complexity on the palate. The resulting wine is a blend of the two distinct winemaking techniques to achieve an aromatic wine which is fresh, flavoursome and, at the same time, complex.

Beronia Rueda 2015 shows a bright pale yellow colour with a hint of green. An intense nose with vibrant and persistant herbal, grassy aromas, typical of Verdejo. On the palate it is full, fruity and dry with a long finish.  This 2015 vintage shows and extremely textured mouth due to the quality of the skins giving fine lees. The wine has a balanced acidity and an attractive bitterness that is characteristic of this variety.  

This wine should always be served chilled. Ideal with salads or fish, also with white or lean meat dishes.

£10.41

Bodegas Protos Rueda Verdejo 2016 (1x 75cl)

It's on our Christmas List because.... it's from Protos, one of the very finest producers in Spain, they of the great Riberas del Duero, and this Verdejo from Rueda is a great demonstration of their art for just over a tenner. Verdejo is an unsung gem - Sauvignon Blanc fans should take the plunge if they haven't already. The Ramon Bilbao and Beronia Verdejos, also from Rueda (see below) run it close.

The guiding philosophy of Protos is "Quality above all". For this reason, the whole process leading to the production of their wine undergoes an in-depth analysis. The vineyards are controlled exhaustively by both technicians and experts throughout the growth cycle, yielding a production of the highest quality. This also gives them in-depth information about all the grapes to be used before they reach the winery.

Harvesting for this wine is done at night, is 100% manual and the production was gathered in 20-kilo boxes; the grapes are then spread over sorting tables. This allows them to guarantee that only completely healthy, whole grapes reach the fermentation tanks. After fermentation this wine spends a further 3 months resting on its fine lees.

This wine has a greenish straw colour and is bright and clean. The Protos Verdejo is powerful yet fruity with green apple, citrus and tropical fruit aromas as well as white blossoms, fragant herbs and fennel hints. The flavours are very fresh, with good acidity,  fruity, well balanced flavours. It is a complex wine, with a long finish. 

This wine is the perfect match for fish and seafood dishes as well as vegetable soups and souffles.

£10.60

Eidosela Albarino 2016 (1x75cl)

Aromatic with good straight forward fruit showing hints of apricot stones. Fresh, balanced, pure flavours showing good mineral character with a good length and texture on the palate.

£12.15

Martin Codax Albarino Rias Baixas 2016 (1x 75cl)

Not everyone knows of the Albariño grape and Galicia’s Rias Baixas. It’s always been there, but only recently have UK consumers sat up and taken serious notice. One also finds Albariño – considered the most elegant of Spain’s white varieties - just over the border into Portugal in its Vinho Verde, but the Rias Baixas wines, we would say, are altogether more classy and less “summer holiday”. What we love most of all is that Rias Baixas is a fabulous and serious all-rounder: you get the refreshment and crisp, fruity hit of a Sauvignon Blanc or a Pinot Grigio, yet with all the body and complexity of a quality Chardonnay or Viognier. Food-wise, it’ll consequently go with many, many things: fishes, meats, soups, cheeses. This is a quality Rias at a great price and not to be missed.

£13.65

Pagos del Rey Pulpo Albarino Rías Baixas 2016 (1x75cl)

The 2015 vintage was awarded 90 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their June 2017 edition review of 'Weekday Wines' (under £25) (see blue link below). We appreciate it is subjective, but we judge the current 2016 vintage (2015 has sold out!) to be of equal quality and drinkability!

Pagos del Rey, Pulpo Albarino Rias Baixas 2015 - June 2017 Decanter review

It's on our Christmas List because... it's a Decanter-rated Albariño at a great price (for what is a pricey and trendy grape variety). We've yet to find a Rias Baixas of this quality at this price. For a bit more body in an Albariño, try the classic Martin Codax numbers (see below): the sobre lias (lees contact) version is unusual and very hard to find.

Pagos del Rey was started in 2002 with the aim of making quality wines in the most prestigious wine making regions in Spain, with wines with their own personality. The company has wineries in Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Rueda and Toro. All of them have a modern design that combines tradition and innovation and the latest technology in wine making.

Made from Albariño grapes grown in the Salnés Valley region of Rías Baixas, located close to the town of Cambados. Here, on undulating hills, the vineyards are planted on rocky and alluvial soils; they benefit from cooling influence of the nearby Atlantic Ocean.

Unoaked, the wine is a bright, pale lemon colour with hints of apple green. Aromas of white flowers, hints of peach and apricot lead to a fresh, fruity palate; it has a lovely intensity and an almost saline minerality.

This wine is perfect with seafood, grilled octopus (pulpo in Spanish), and other dishes based on seafood, oysters or mussels.

£11.95

Bodegas Pirineos Gewurztraminer 2010 (1x 75cl)

A slightly oily mouthfeel with classic notes of lychee, rose petal and cooked stone fruit.

£10.62

Bodegas Terras Gauda Albarino Abadia De San Campio 2014 (1x 75cl)

Intense and clean fruit aromas in this vintage, topped by citrics and white fruits such as banana and sweet pear, accompanied by light aniseed tones. Aromas enhanced by the cold maceration. This 2014 vintage shines by its strength and intensity on the palate. This crisp white wine maintains a balance of acidity and fruit density. Broad and citrus after nose with a long finish.

£13.74
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