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Spanish Wine Essentials Kit


Spanish Wine Essentials Kit

Explore Spain with this kit covering wines from Spain. Developed by and instructor for the Spanish Wine Scholar program, explore fortified whites and reds from the this diverse and beautiful country.

These are package in 50ml PET plastic bottles.
Casamaro Verdejo (A21)
Garciarévalo is situated at the confluence of the rivers Adaja and Eresma, which produces an exceptional microclimate characterized by temperatures up to five degrees cooler than other surrounding areas. This zone also offers a big climatic difference between the day and the nighttime temperatures, which is key for retaining acidity. Far from the arid conditions one expects in Castilla y León, their elevation at 900m and location within a pine forest, between two rivers, provides an ideal microclimate for producing beautiful, fresh, native verdejo grapes.
Baron de Ley Rioja (A37)
Barón de Ley is a winery located in Spain’s most celebrated wine region, Rioja, a privileged terroir to farm and craft premium quality wines. Housed in a centuries-old monastery, where the monks made wine more than 500 years ago, Barón de Ley was founded in 1985 as a ground-breaking project in DOCa Rioja: a vineyard-focused winery inspired by the Médoc châteaux.
Condes Albarei Albarinjo (A38)
A small group of farmers dedicated to sustainable viticulture make this affordable but high-quality Albarino. Bright peach and apricot shine brightest with some tropical notes of pineapple and passion fruit. Also has some delicate orange blossom and citrus hints joined with some wet stone.
Lelia Garnacha (A39)
Leila winery is a part of Bodegas Sucessores de Manuel Piquer, located in Muel, Spain. They produce wine bearing the Carinean D.O Designation. Carinena, The historically dominant town of the region also lends its name to the indigenous varietal (Carignan in France). Bodegas Sucesores de Manuel Piquer was founded by Manuel Piquer Guimera in 1963 and has since been fully modernized. Mr. Piquer has done an excellent job of working within the constraints of this hot, dry climate to limit the yield and control the alcohol. His resulting Garnacha wine is exciting and well-balanced.
Barbadillo Fino Sherry (A48)
Barbadillo’s Finos are more Manzanilla-like in style, but are aged in Bodegas with less exposure to the cooling sea breezes. The flor in the barrels grows vigorously in these cellars so the wine is a little more nutty and toasty than the more appley and yeasty Manzanillas of Sanlucar
Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez (A49)
100% Pedro Ximénez. Pedro Ximénez aged oxidatively in solera for around five years. Founded in 1821, Barbadillo is without question Sanlucar de Barrameda’s most iconic producer of Sherry.
Can Blau (A68)
Cellers Can Blau, founded in 2003, is one of the oldest projects of the Gil Family in Jumilla. Placed in El Molar, in the D.O. Montsant, this winery is the most diverse project regarding the grape varieties and the type of soils. The D.O. Montsant is nowadays releasing at its best the enological quality of its wines. Differently from its illustrious adjacent D.O. Priorato, in D.O. Montsant we work with unique varieties such as Cariñena or Mazuelo and Grenache, planted in and adapted to different types of soils. Nuria López Sarroca is the person in charge of the technical direction of the Winery.
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