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Pagos de Tahola Rioja Reserva 2012
Rioja is Spain’s fine wine capital and patiently aged Reservas are the region’s specialty. Crafted from her family’s prized 60-year-old vines and carefully aged in barrel and bottle, Ruth Chavarri’s plush Reserva is a mellow, red-fruited treat.
NPR Tiny Desk Tempranillo 2018
Smooth, genuine, under-the-radar. This silky Tempranillo discovery (which hails from Spain’s lesser-known Uclés region) is a sumptuous and very fitting tribute to one of NPR’s most beloved shows, Tiny Desk Concerts.
De Manzanos Organic Garnacha 2018
The Fernández de Manzanos family have made world-class wine in Spain’s premium Rioja region since 1890. Crafted with organic Garnacha grapes and aged for eight months in barrel, this velvety Rioja brims with spicy, red- and black-fruit flavor.
Crin Roja Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Known as ‘the King of Reds,’ Cabernet Sauvignon is a red grape variety that thrives across the world’s top wine regions. In sunny southern Spain, it produces beautifully concentrated wines – as you’ll taste with this new, steak-worthy discovery.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Reserva Rioja 2014
Spain’s great specialty: patiently cellared, barrel-aged reds. Crafted by one of Rioja’s most historic (and acclaimed) families, this elegant Reserva is a happy marriage of red-fruited Tempranillo and silky Garnacha. A perfect match for roast lamb.
Manga del Brujo 2015
If you love Châteauneuf-du-Pape, head to Spain’s Calatayud, where you’ll also find rich reds starring Grenache (aka Garnacha). The critics are regularly blown away by this ancient-vine gem from Master of Wine Norrel Robertson – and you will be too.
Pirineos Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Spain’s high-altitude Somontano produces wines that are “among the most consistent and best value in Spain,” says famed wine writer Hugh Johnson. This barrel-aged Cabernet – with its shiny international gold medal – is a perfect taste.
Pagos de Tahola Rioja Reserva (magnum) 2012
This is BIG (literally). As a special thank you to our customers, the Chavarri family has sent us a limited shipment of their hugely popular Pagos de Tahola Rioja Reserva – in a 1.5 liter magnum bottle.
Manga del Brujo Magnum 2014
If you love Châteauneuf-du-Pape, head to Spain’s Calatayud, where you’ll also find rich reds starring Grenache (aka Garnacha). The critics are regularly blown away by this ancient-vine gem (now available in 1.5-liter magnum). And you will be too.
Pagos de Tahola Gran Reserva Rioja 2011
The Chavarri family’s perfectly mature Rioja Gran Reserva is made from premium Tempranillo grown in one of their estate’s most historic vineyards. At almost 10 years old, this barrel-aged stunner is silky, mellow, and worthy of a special meal.