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2017 Losada Mencia Bierzo
Top Pick!
95 points James Suckling: "Attractive, ripe and bright purple berries with raspberries here, too. The palate has a silky, elegant and plush feel with fine and sleek tannins, carrying fruit in fresh mode. Drink now or hold." (07/2019)

There is a wonderful element of whimsy and joy at this tiny, family bodega located in Laguardia. The elephant logo, the onsite African art museum, as well as the name (there is no Señor de Lesmos, as it turns out) all speak to the family's joie de vivre and sense of humor. There is nothing funny about the quality of these wines, though. All estate fruit, hand harvested and carefully vinified with native yeasts, this is a hand-sewn wine with the purity, texture and elegance to prove it. Cuarteto is a classic, Alavesa style "maceración carbonica" wine whe...
Price: $11.99

Finca Garabato is a parcel of Valtea's oldest wines. You will notice that it says "2o Año" on the label, which refers to the fact that it ages in tank on its lees for a year following fermentation. This gives the wine a lovely richness, which really ramps up the flavor and textural qualities of the wine. Still refreshing, only richer than the regular Valtea bottling and ready to take on a meal.
Price: $21.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The entry-level red 2017 Garnacha is an amazing value, as it has grapes from dry-farmed and head-pruned old vineyards in the village of Fitero. It fermented with full clusters, in stainless steel, with indigenous yeasts and bottled unoaked to preserve the freshness and acidity. This is lively and fresh due to harvesting early and using stems since the conditions of the year were warm and very dry. It's a juicy, delicious Garnacha and is really tasty. They are on their way up, and each vintage seems to be better t...

88-90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "They are very happy with the 2017s, and I previewed the 2017 Altaroses, the entry-level red that also has the subtitle Garnatxa Fina de Darmós. It's a bright and floral Garnacha, the Mediterranean grape par excellence on cool, sandy soils. It fermented with full clusters and matured in well-seasoned (no younger than ten years' old) barrels. It's quite fruit-driven with notes of red licorice, perfumed and aerial. This wine will not be bottled until October or November, after it has spent around one year in cask...

Located in the town of Roa, which is part of the Burgos district, Lambuena is a producer of D.O. Ribera del Duero wines. Ideally situated in the central growing region of the Ribera del Duero, in an area known for the very high quality of its chalky clay soils and its extreme continental climate, Lambuena makes big, generously fruited, yet structured and ultimately classic Ribera del Duero wines, very difficult to find these days in this D.O. A careful hand harvest and native yeast fermentation in tank followed by a brief four month stint in French and A...
Price: $12.99

91 points James Suckling: "Lemon and apple peel with a layer of vanilla tones. Dry and mineral with some obvious but appealing oak. Fleshy and quite weighty on the finish. A blend of viura and garnacha blanca. Drink or hold." (10/2019)

"Intense red cherry notes with notes of chocolate and Spring flowers. Well-balanced palate with more dark fruit notes" Winery tasting notes
Price: $10.99

94 points James Suckling: "A very light and delicately fragrant nose with red flowers, red cherries and a leafy, sappy edge. The palate has a succulent array of fresh strawberries and a sleek and juicy, elegant yet firm feel on the palate. Detailed and delicious garnacha here. From biodynamically grown grapes. Drink or hold." (07/2019) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Also bottled and ready for tasting, the 2017 Las Uvas de la Ira shows the progress that started from 2015 (which I also tasted for reference), a wine from the Real de San Vicente...

This curiously named red comes from vines (Red Grenache, Carignan and Ull de Llebre aka Tempranillo) aged 10 to 45 years from the districts of Falset, Marçà, Masroig, Capçanes and Els Guaimets. Different varieties are separately fermented. Maceration is long, at a temperature of 26ºC, followed by the malic-lactic fermentation. Once this process is completed the wine is aged in American oak casks for about 6 months with another 3 to 5 months of aging in bottles.
Price: $17.99

2017 Can Sumoi Ancestral Montonega Penedes
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Can Sumoi is the new Penedes project from Pepé Raventos of Raventos i Blanc. Located in the lower Penedes, the wines are all really well put together, produced from organically farmed estate grown fruit in calcareous soils containing many marine fossils, and made in a careful yet hands off approach informed by some of Pepé's favorite natural wines. Montònega is a clone of Parellada found on the estate, with high quality, pink berries. The soils here are primarily clay and limestone and very compact. Vineyards are farmed organically with biodynamic practi...
Price: $24.99

2017 Celler de Capçanes "Mas Donis" Old Vines Montsant
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Mas Donis Old Vines is a blend of 50% Garnacha, 30% Cariñena and 20% Syrah fermented separately in stainless steel, and the Syrah and Cariñena matured in barrique until the components were blended before bottling in June 2019. It's a heady Mediterranean red blend—generous and round with a pretty floral nose and the aromatic power of the partial carbonic maceration. It has a juicy texture, clean, fruit-driven flavors and a textured mouthfeel. An incredible bargain. 5,000 bottles produced. (LG)" (08/2019) ...

Produced from nearly 100% estate, biodynamically grown Parellada, Macabeo and Xarel-lo, this is one of the classiest, best-made Spanish sparkling wines on the market. From their variety of calcareous clay soils, to the careful harvesting and proximity of their gravity-flow winery, both the quality of raw material and oenological know-how are abundant at this terrific estate. There is a very tiny dosage, less than 6g/l, and the overall impression here is of a very mineral, clearly delineated, chiseled sparkling wine that is truly first-rate. When you tast...
Price: $19.99

Looking for a consistently over-achieving, full-bodied red? The wine is a blend of 70% old vine Monastrell and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon that was barrel-aged for 22-26 months in French and American oak. It bears Clio's hallmark opulence, with bold aromas and flavors, a thick, dense palate, and a long finish. A powerful, decadent wine.
Price: $44.99

93 points Decanter: "A field blend of Mencia, Alicante Bouschet, Pan y Carne and some white varieties, fermented with natural yeast in old oak tanks using 100% stems and no temperature control. It undergoes malo in tank and then spends one year in old barrels. There's no remontage or pigeage, and he works without sulphites. This has bright, fresh blueberry and cranberry fruit with a rasp of tannin and a savoury, saline sign-off. Drinking Window 2020 - 2024 (SJE)" (02/2019) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The clean, floral and 2017 Ultreia Sai...

94 points James Suckling: "Impressive, rich, dark-cherry and blackberry aromas with nicely cut oak influence. The palate has a sleek, smooth-honed feel with such impressive freshness and depth. Stunning, vibrant finish. 100% tempranillo from several plots around Laguardia. Drink or hold." (07/2019) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The red 2017 Viñas de Gaín was marked by the frost of the 28th of April, when they lost 20% to 25% of the crop, but as I've seen in other wineries, the wines are much better than expected, especially when it comes to...

2017 Gomariz "X" Albariño Ribeiro
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I tasted two vintages of this Albariño from Coto de Gomariz, and the 2017 X showed fresher, less evolved and more harmonious than the 2016. I've always liked their Albariño, even though it's not traditionally bottled separately in Ribeiro, and it certainly behaves better than Godello in the warmer LeiroGomariz zone. It used to be from a single vineyard, As Penelas, where the soils are rich in slate, but in 2017 some 30% of the grapes come from a new planting on granite soils. Slate is certainly different in that ...

92 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Mencía from Adega Algueira is a lovely wine that shows fine ripeness, coming in at thirteen percent octane, but with plenty of red fruit in evidence on both the nose and palate. The very refined bouquet wafts from the glass in a mix of red berries, pomegranate, graphite, a touch of tree bark, woodsmoke, a beautifully complex dollop of botanicals and a fine base of granitic soil tones. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nicely transparent, with fine intensity of flavor, bright acids, excellent focus and grip a...

92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "From a co-op in the Sierra de Gredos and all old-vine Grenache, the 2017 Granito De Cadalso comes from granite soils, was destemmed, and brought up all in concrete tanks. This Pinot Noir-like beauty offers notes of wild strawberries, rose hips, violets, and crushed rocks. Medium-bodied, with remarkable purity and vibrancy, it still has ample power and richness. This is a fabulous expression of Grenache that’s almost too good to be true." (04/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Granitos de Cadalso is a custom cuvée for...

James Suckling: "Slightly lifted pears and apples with peaches and green mangos. Tangy and fresh palate. " (08/2018) Wine & Spirits: "With its almond-skin notes and smooth, soft citrus fruit, this is a match for grilled halibut." (06/2018) K&L Notes: Bright, fresh, elegant, and well structured. Delicious with notes green apples, peaches, and apricots predominate with intense aromas of herbs and white flowers. It has a long finish with aftertaste of stone fruits, aromatic herbs and faint spice.
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Produced as an exercise of blending, the 2017 Albariño is a blend from the majority of plots they work, mixing different soils, different ages of vines and different pruning methods. This feels like a powerful vintage, with great concentration and some complexity even for such a young wine. There are floral and citrus notes and a sapid, salty-like sensation on the palate. It feels like a very complete and balanced year, with all that it takes to develop nicely in bottle. All of their wines are bottled without mal...

Cesar Marqués recently struck out on his own, after having an extended apprenticeship with one of Spain's modern masters, his uncle Raúl Perez. Not surprisingly, this wine--composed primarily of Valtuille de Abajo village fruit, from four different vineyards--is delicious. It's fresh, slightly spicy and plummy - plummy in a slightly savory, saline,tangy, structured way, not as in "round and plummy" and easy drinking. You can see the stylistic imprint of his uncle - a good thing to be sure - but also have a sense of what is to come with this young and tal...
Price: $23.99

Raventos i Blanc was founded in 1986 by Josep-Maria Raventos, a member of the Codorníu family who wished to create a small, quality-oriented winery that would stand apart from the larger wineries in the area. Today they own about 300 acres of vineyards (with a high percentage of chalk in the soil, like Champagne) planted mostly to local varieties such as Macabeo (Viura), Xarel-lo and Parellada. All three of these grapes, as well as a small portion of direct-press Monastrell, are found in this delicate, beautiful rosé bottling. *organic/biodynamic*
Price: $24.99

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The single-vineyard 2017 Finca Dofí comes from ten hectares that were planted 20 years ago in the village of Gratallops. It's mostly Garnacha with 8% Cariñena and 1% white grapes that fermented after being destemmed and lightly crushed in oak vats with indigenous yeasts. It matured in large oak barrels (bocoyes and foudres) for 16 months. There is no trace of oak in the wines, and there are no edges; they all feel sleek and elegant. This Dofí expresses the Mediterranean vintage from this vineyard at 300 to 320 me...

A fresh, several months in barrel Tempranillo from this solid Rioja Baja estate, there is plenty of juicy, supple, plummy fruit on the palate. Tasty, lively, a bit chalky as well, this is a wonderful value everyday drinker in Rioja.
Price: $13.99

Produced from organically farmed Treixadura, this latest bottling of Treixadura from the folks at Gomariz might be their best yet. Juicy, solid yet fresh yellow fruit shows a measured, balanced floral quality as well. Delicious! Ribeiro is located just to the east of Rias Baixas, and unlike that D.O. where it's all about Albariño, Ribeiro favors the rounder and spicier Treixadura, along with some Albariño, Godello and other varieties. Also, warmer days and warmer, schist based soils produce more richly textured wines, that still do not want for acidity o...
Price: $19.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The refreshing 2017 Castro Candaz has some faintly reductive notes akin to struck matchstick that I actually like. This has a more wild character that other zones of Ribeira Sacra—it reminds me of the herbs and flowers that grow wild. It has surprisingly refined tannins and a very elegant mouthfeel. Some 6,000 bottles produced. (LG)" (02/2019) K&L Notes: This is a kitchen sink blend of Mencía, Domingo Pérez (Trousseau), Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet), Mouratón, Caiño and Brancellao from a few different ...

One of the handful of Ribeira Sacra producers sprouting up in the Chantada subzone of the D.O., this is Ribeira Sacra of a softer, red fruited and less sternly structured quality when compared to its fellow Mencía based wines from the Amandi portion of the region.
Price: $17.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I also tasted the 2017 Quite, a slightly riper year, more voluptuous, with darker fruit and a touch of smoked meat that gave it a Rhône-ish twist. This is intense and powerful, with glossy tannins compared with the stony austerity of the 2016. I see this halfway between 2015 and 2016. In 2017 they suffered from frost in Valtuille and Verónica Ortega had to find grapes in other parts of Bierzo, so there are grapes from slate soils, different altitudes... 17,500 bottles produced. (LG)" (02/2019)

From a cool, windy site in Montsant, there is a richness to the fruit here, but the wine has fresh acidity, moderate alcohol, and light tannins. The overall sensation is one of ripeness but balance. This is definitely not trying to be Priorat - it highlights its specific, ocean-influenced site. A complex wine that goes down easy. 85% Grenache, 12% Carignan, 3% mixed whites, all biodynamically farmed and hand-harvested before aging 8 months in steel. *Biodynamic*
Price: $19.99

Since the late 1990s, Telmo Rodriguez has been on a mission to redefine and revitalize the vineyards of the Toro D.O. For years, the small family growers who own the majority of vineyards in the appellation were focused on quantity over quality, because that's what their fruit contracts rewarded. But Rodriguez decided a different approach was necessary. The process began with the decision to cancel these contracts with his grower partners and focus on developing the individual character of each plot. While this decision, in effect, put these growers out ...
Price: $14.99

Luis Gutierrez writes: "This is a winery from a family of winegrowers from Ribeiro created in 2000. They own 15 hectares of vineyards averaging 15 years of age, from which they produce 150,000 bottles."
Price: $17.99

Produced from vineyards with a combination of clay, slate and gravel, around the Penedes village of Torrelavit, this delicious blend of Macabeu, Malvasia de Sitgess and Xarel-lo and Xarel-lo l is thoroughly original. Given a four day maceration on the skins, four months of light battonage and agening in concrete, this white shows an intense, pithy yellow and golden fruited quality. Delicious wine with a lovely texture and terrific flavors.
Price: $17.99

Zarate is legendary in the Salnes sub-zone of Rias Baixas. They were the first to bottle single vineyard Albariños, highlighting different terroirs within the region. Their wines are always amongst the most linear, acid forward, and structured of Albariños, and we are thrilled that they are once again represented in the US and available for purchase. Absolutely classic wines from this top Spanish white wine D.O. This single vineyard bottling does not go through malolactic and is a best in class example of the Albariño grape.
Price: $89.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Sierra de Toloño, a village wine from the mountain vineyards, was the first wine produced here. The 2017 Sierra de Toloño has freshness and intense red fruit, and even in this northern part, the wine and the zone have some Mediterranean characteristics; it's a soft and juicy red with floral and red fruit aromas and round tannins polished by eight months in barrique. This is a fresh and easy-drinking Tempranillo with the roundness of a warm vintage in a cool zone. 26,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in Jul...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "If the rosé has the spirit of a white, the white 2017 Dido Blanc has the structure of a red, as it macerated with skins for some 30 days, but it's quite pale (the Macabeo does not go golden, and this Garnacha Blanca from granite just doesn't even if the variety normally does). The wine has a vibrant and lively nose and incredible balance on the palate, with good ripeness and unnoticeable alcohol balanced by very good freshness. It has very fine tannins and a dry, austere and stony finish. I'd give this the edge o...

Gómez Cruzado was one of the classical names in the historical Barrio de la Estación, but unfortunately quality slipped and they were forgotten for a long time. Located in Haro the bodega is neighbors with some of the most famous producers in Rioja; Roda, Lopez de Heredia, La Rioja Alta, and Muga.The winery was purchased by investors from México and they got a new technical team and revamped their wines. They are working with indigenous yeasts, experimenting with egg-shaped cement vats and doing "village" wines. These wines are traditional but with a cl...
Price: $18.99

Cesar Marqués recently struck out on his own, after having an extended apprenticeship with one of Spain's modern masters, his uncle Raúl Perez. Not surprisingly, this wine -composed primarily of Valtuille de Abajo village fruit, from four different vineyards - is delicious. It's fresh, slightly spicy and plummy - plummy in a slightly savory, saline,tangy, structured way, not as in "round and plummy" and easy drinking. You can see the stylistic imprint of his uncle - a good thing to be sure - but also have a sense of what is to come with this young and ta...
Price: $39.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Ignios Orígenes Listán Negro Vendimia Seleccionada has to be the finest vintage for this bottling. It has a curious ashy nose that turned into something herbal with a little bit of time in the glass and ended up reminding me of a Chinon from the Loire. The palate was medium-bodied with abundant fine-grained tannins. This is a serious, cool-climate-like red, spicy and mineral, salty rather than sweet, austere and very apt for the table. 3,000 bottles produced. (LG)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: Located in the Y...

Produced from 100% Pinot Noir, in the Penedes village of Torrelavit, this is a lovely rosé sparkler, with fresh red berry fruit flavors, a fine bead and admirable balance.
Price: $15.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Raúl Pérez thinks 2017 is his best vintage for white wines. Volumes are low, but the quality is high. The 2017 La Vizcaína la del Vivo has moderate alcohol, 12.3%, and had very good acidity. It has some herbal notes, hints of fennel and bay leaf with just a creamy and smoky twist. It's very tasty, marked by the soil, with a dry, stony sensation in the palate. The full clusters are pressed and there's no maceration with the skins, something they changed in the last few years, and it makes for leaner wines that see...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Following the impressive 2016, the 2017 Ignios Orígenes Vijariego Negro was also great but with a different aromatic palette. Of course you have the vintage differences, with the super dry 2017 and the early harvest. The nose had a note of smoked bacon and a touch of iron intermixed with wild berries, flowers and spices. The palate revealed some grainy tannins that might require some time in bottle to get polished, and there's a dry, serious finish. This has a vibrant palate that transmits freshness. There were 3...

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The characterful and somewhat rustic 2016 The Flower And The Bee Sousón fermented in stainless steel and matured in 300- and 500-liter oak barrels for four months, but the oak is neatly folded into the wine and doesn't take a leading role. This shows better balance and more polished tannins than previous vintages, which makes it a lot more drinkable. It's tasty and somewhat earthy, and it should do well with food. (LG)" (02/2019) K&L Notes: 100% Sousón (indigenous red varietal). All stainless steel. Fresh, ligh...

Zarate is legendary in the Salnes sub-zone of Rias Baixas. They were the first to bottle single vineyard Albariños, highlighting different terroirs within the region. Their wines are always amongst the most linear, acid forward, and structured of Albariños, and we are thrilled that they are once again represented in the US and available for purchase. Absolutely classic wines from this top Spanish white wine D.O. This single vineyard bottling does not go through malolactic and is a best in class example of the Albariño grape.
Price: $39.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There was uneven ripeness in the grapes for the 2017 Laventura Viura, because some bunches were from the second flowering after the frost and didn't ripen the same as the grapes that survived the frost. There was not enough juice to fill the 2,500-liter oak vat, so it had to be fermented in a concrete egg and one 500-liter oak barrel. After the frost, the year was warm and dry, and the wine is not as expressive as the 2016 I tasted next to it. The palate is soft, and there is less freshness and vibrancy than in 2...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 VO Cal was also in bottle and waiting to be released, as the 2016 was sold out at the winery. It had been in bottle for only one week when I tasted it, and it felt very young, tender and primary. It has incredible parameters: it's only 12.5% alcohol and has a pH of 2.77 and eight grams of acidity; with these numbers, Verónica decided to bottle the wine without any added sulfur, but it was filtered because it didn't go through malolactic. It's sharp and austere, narrow and long, vertical and very tasty, w...

Bodegas El Nido is a project of the Gil family of Jumilla and Australian Chris Ringland (R Wines), who serves as head winemaker. The "El Nido" is a blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% old vine Monastrell aged approximately two years in barrel. The wine tastes like chocolate-covered cherries, with an underpinning of saddle leather and spice. Rich and extracted. With a sterling track record of mid-90s scores from Wine Advocate, it's a safe bet that the 2016 iteration of this wine will once hit heavy with the critical press, with a winemaker like Chris ...
Price: $124.99