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  1. A. Fernandez Pesquera Tinto 2013

    A. Fernandez Pesquera Tinto 2013

    Black cherry and red plum flavors are fresh and lively in this juicy red. Light, firm tannins and citrusy acidity keep this focused. Balanced and energetic. Drink now through 2023. Learn More
    $26.98
  2. Abadia Retuerta Seleccion Especial 2012

    Abadia Retuerta Seleccion Especial 2012

    93 points Wine Spectator - A polished texture carries harmonious flavors of black cherry, cola, licorice and mineral in this focused red. Well-integrated tannins and balsamic acidity lend this a balanced structure. Reserved but deep. Drink now through 2022. 31,150 cases made. Learn More
    $23.98
  3. Agricola de Borja Borsao Tres Picos Garnacha 2013

    Agricola de Borja Borsao Tres Picos Garnacha 2013

    91 points Vinous - (half fermented in stainless steel and the other half in French oak, followed by ten months of aging in French oak): Vivid purple. Fresh cherry, blackberry and incense on the highly perfumed nose. Lush, sweet and broad on the palate, offering fleshy blueberry and floral pastille flavors that turn spicier with air. Closes on a sweet note of spicy oak, with supple tannins, very good tenacity and a touch of fruitcake. -- Josh Raynolds Learn More
    $13.98
  4. Alejandro Fernandez Dehesa La Granja Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y Leon 2008

    Alejandro Fernandez Dehesa La Granja Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y Leon 2008

    91 points VinousDeep ruby. A complex, perfumed bouquet evokes dark berries, cola, smoked meat and mint. Supple and expansive on the palate, offering gently sweet blackberry and cherry-cola flavors that are firmed and lifted by juicy acidity. The smoky note repeats on the finish, which hangs on with very good tenacity and a whisper of fine-grained tannins. A fine effort for the vintage and delicious right now. Learn More
    $16.98
  5. Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja 2014

    Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja 2014

    Alto Moncayo Moncayo has returned! The big, bad, most delicious hombre in Campo de Borja is clearing the aisle of all of the weak insipid, watered down wines that are pretenders to the throne. True to its nature the 2014 Alto Moncayo Moncayo is a super sexy, up front, lavish, concentrated, dense, full bodied, opulent, super intense offering that is sure to please. If you’re looking for a light, see through, dainty wine; this ain’t it! Still one of Spain’s finest if not the world’s finest Grenache’s it is outstanding and still a terrific bargain. Aromas of blackberry bramble, flowers, ground black pepper, black cherry liqueur, black raspberries, fresh brewed espresso, sea salt, cola, soy and mulberry, copious blue and black stone fruit, balsamic notes and dark chocolate form the core of an aromatic ambrosia that translates into gorgeously seductive flavors in your mouth. While the texture this vintage isn’t as weighty as some past vintages it is no less intense, opulent, and engaging. The flavors of the 2014 Alto Moncayo Moncayo are still palate coating offering loads of crushed minerals, hints of citrus zest verve, accompanied by explosive notes of kirsch liqueur, lavender, crushed spring flowers, dark chocolate, espresso, and a mélange of mixed berries and cola. The 2014 Alto Moncayo offers a smooth, subtle, sophisticated elegance rarely seen in wines at this price point. This is probably the most elegant balanced Alto Moncayo that I have tasted. I could give you a pages long dissertation on how the wine is made, the soil composition, the micro climates and all that but I won’t! What I will tell you is that once again the Alto Moncayo is kicking bottles and taking names. It is utterly delicious and one of the best bottles in this price range in the world. Chris Ringland has produced another winner for us. As always, this is a small production allocated wine that will disappear quickly. Don’t miss out on yours or all you’ll be able to do is read about it. Learn More
    $39.98
  6. Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja 2015

    Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja 2015

    Alto Moncayo Moncayo has returned! The big, bad, most delicious hombre in Campo de Borja is clearing the aisle of all of the weak insipid, watered down wines that are pretenders to the throne. True to its nature the 2014 Alto Moncayo Moncayo is a super sexy, up front, lavish, concentrated, dense, full bodied, opulent, super intense offering that is sure to please. If you’re looking for a light, see through, dainty wine; this ain’t it! Still one of Spain’s finest if not the world’s finest Grenache’s it is outstanding and still a terrific bargain. Aromas of blackberry bramble, flowers, ground black pepper, black cherry liqueur, black raspberries, fresh brewed espresso, sea salt, cola, soy and mulberry, copious blue and black stone fruit, balsamic notes and dark chocolate form the core of an aromatic ambrosia that translates into gorgeously seductive flavors in your mouth. While the texture this vintage isn’t as weighty as some past vintages it is no less intense, opulent, and engaging. The flavors of the 2014 Alto Moncayo Moncayo are still palate coating offering loads of crushed minerals, hints of citrus zest verve, accompanied by explosive notes of kirsch liqueur, lavender, crushed spring flowers, dark chocolate, espresso, and a mélange of mixed berries and cola. The 2014 Alto Moncayo offers a smooth, subtle, sophisticated elegance rarely seen in wines at this price point. This is probably the most elegant balanced Alto Moncayo that I have tasted. I could give you a pages long dissertation on how the wine is made, the soil composition, the micro climates and all that but I won’t! What I will tell you is that once again the Alto Moncayo is kicking bottles and taking names. It is utterly delicious and one of the best bottles in this price range in the world. Chris Ringland has produced another winner for us. As always, this is a small production allocated wine that will disappear quickly. Don’t miss out on yours or all you’ll be able to do is read about it. Learn More
    $34.98
  7. Alvaro Palacios Camins del Priorat 2015

    Alvaro Palacios Camins del Priorat 2015

    92 points Vinous - (fermented in stainless steel and concrete tanks and aged for eight months in French oak casks of varying size): Brilliant ruby. Intense, spice-accented, ripe black and blue fruits, violets and smoky, mineral aromas build in the glass. The sweet, expansive palate reveals concentrated blueberry and boysenberry flavors that tighten up slowly on the back half. The finish clings with excellent tenacity, providing a framework for the wine's exuberant dark fruit. -- Josh Raynolds Learn More
    $19.98
  8. Beronia Reserva, Rioja DOCa 2012

    Beronia Reserva, Rioja DOCa 2012

    90 points Decanter Magazine -
    Producer notes
    - Beronia was founded in 1973 by a group of businessmen, friends from the Basque country who would come to La Rioja on holiday. The friends had a great love of food and wine and created their own gastronomic society in the area, deciding to produce their own wines to be enjoyed with the local cuisine, initially only producing Reserva and Gran Reserva style wines. The winery integrated into the Gonzalez Byass Family of Wine group in 1982 and began an expansion into international markets. Today Beronia is one of the most reknowned Spanish wineries both in international and domestic markets, producing pure and traditional Rioja wines with their own personality and Beronia style. Learn More
    $17.98
  9. Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez Tinto Pesquera Crianza, Ribera del Duero 2014

    Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez Tinto Pesquera Crianza, Ribera del Duero 2014

    92 points James Suckling - Very bright, ripe and nicely captured ripeness, this has dark cherry and plum as well as a stony edge and some raw earthiness. The palate has energetic appeal, harmonious fruit and oak, and a dark berry and chocolate finish. Drink now.

    90 points Wine Spectator - Black cherry and red plum flavors are fresh and lively in this juicy red. Light, firm tannins and citrusy acidity keep this focused. Balanced and energetic. Drink now through 2023. Learn More
    $29.98
  10. Bodegas Alto Moncayo 'Aquilon' Garnacha, Campo de Borja 2013

    Bodegas Alto Moncayo 'Aquilon' Garnacha, Campo de Borja 2013

    95 points Wine Advocate - The 2013 Aquilón is a selection of the best plots of vines as well as the best Garnacha barrels in the cellar, produced as an intense blending exercise. 2013 was a very late harvest after a cool, rainy year. This is always a powerful, juicy and well-oaked red, fermented to 16% alcohol with neutral yeasts and matured in brand new oak barrels, 80% of them French and 20% American. They finished harvesting on November 28, the latest ever, and the harvest was dry and the grapes healthy. This is definitely a different, fresher year for their wines, and this Aquilón shows it. It could be a bit atypical for this bottling, it was a short yield, with higher acidity and more freshness. It is a wine starting to be approachable now, but it should be very long-lived. Time in bottle has already provided a hint of tertiary aromas and polished the tannins. This has to be one of the freshest years of Aquilón. It has a very defined style, and within that powerful style it's very good. 4,164 bottles were filled in September 2015. Learn More
    $134.98

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