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2015 Galia "Villages" Tierra de Castilla y León
Top Pick!
95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The regular Galia has been renamed and is now the 2015 Villages since there are two more reds in the portfolio this year. It's a blend of grapes from different soils in all the villages they work (Piquera de San Esteban, Fuentelcesped, Hontangas, Cuevas de Provanco and Trigueros del Valle), trying to represent the Duero Valley as a whole. It has an intoxicating, perfumed and really attractive nose full of flowers, wild herbs and spices. The palate is medium-bodied and has the elegance and poise the nose was point...

2012 Cal Batlett "D'iatra" Gratallops Priorat
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Marc Ripoll was an early adopter of the Vi de Valla classification of Priorat villages. This is his “younger” vine bottling, meaning not the 60-80 year old vines, but with plenty of maturity to clearly express the ripe and concentrated terroir of Gratallops. D’Iatra is a Garnatxa-based blend with Carinyena, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, all biodynamically grown, that is aged in 225 liter French oak barrels (20% new) for 12 months. It is rare to find wines from this region with bottle age at such a reasonable price. Do not let that be a concern. This ...
Price: $19.99

2015 Terroir al Limit "Torroja" Priorat
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93 points James Suckling: "Plenty of blue fruit and granite aromas with hints of violets on the nose. Full body, firm and linear with very fine tannins and a long and flavorful finish. Vertical and focused." (07/2017) 93 points Wine & Spirits: "Dominik Huber selects Garnacha and Cariñena from vineyards between 50 and 70 years old for this village wine. He begins the vinification with whole clusters, letting ambient yeasts do the work, then moves the juice into cement tanks and foudres to finish fermenting. It’s a pure and deliciously fresh expression o...

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)

Amats is both the brand name of the Txakoli as well as one of Zudugarai's vineyards. It's a beautiful vineyard, a sandy substrate covered in naturally growing green cover between the rows, with the Cantabrian Sea in full view to the north. Produced from Hondarribi Beltza grapes, this rosé shows a lovely balance between fresh red berries, hints of watermelon, a very subtle, pleasant bitterness and fizzy quality. It's delicious with cured cheeses (something slightly smoky like Idiazabal works really well), charcuterie, anchovies or your favorite cured ham ...
Price: $14.99

From the producer: "Loxarel is happy to experiment with wine making and this 100% Garnacha wine is matured in 720 ltr clay amphoras for 4 months. Ops is the Roman goddess of fertility and plenty though Taurus the Bull features on the label as this constellation in biodynamic lore is said to influence growing. Loxarel is the brand name of the 4th generation family owned estate which, under the vision of Josep Mitjans, converted to organic production in 2002 then biodynamic in 2005."
Price: $14.99

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...

2015 Galia "Le Dean" Tierra de Castilla y León
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of two new, nuanced and elegant single-vineyard reds from 2015, the 2015 Le Dean is from the Valladolid part of Ribera del Duero. It has the elegant style of the house reds along with the minerality from the limestone soils and the old vines from a north-facing slope close to Vega Sicilia. This has a personality that justifies keeping it separate even though there are only 758 bottles of it. They used some 20% full clusters for the native fermentation, and the Tempranillo was co-fermented with the approximate...

2015 Galia "Clos Santuy" Tierra de Castilla y León
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96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Clos Santuy is produced with the grapes from an ungrafted, head-pruned 1.12-hectare vineyard in the village of Piquera de San Esteban in the province of Soria, just outside the limits of Ribera del Duero, so it's sold as Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León. The vineyard is planted at some 968 meters in altitude on shallow sandstone soils and is enclosed by a dry stonewall. Bougnaud has been working and vinifying this plot separately since 2010 and noticed its personality and aging potential, but this 20...

Luis Gutierrez writes: "Loxarel produces still and sparkling wines from their 40 hectares of vineyards in Penedès, including a most amazing sparkling wine sold with the lees (without disgorgement), no less than 109 months after it's put in bottle! A total of 250,000 bottles per vintage are spread over a very wide portfolio that can be confusing and seems to be ever changing."
Price: $17.99

96 points James Suckling: "Amazingly vivid cherries, wild herbs and licorice. Stunning texture on the palate, thanks to the great tannins that make it leap and bound over the palate. The finish is devastatingly fresh and mineral. Just beginning to reveal its depths. Drink or hold. (JS)" (12/2018) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The old-vine Cariñena 2015 Arbossar has a distinct note of licorice that grows in the glass. By working the vineyard with compost, they have managed to increase yields around 15%, and they feel the grapes achieve bette...

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

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2004 Laurona is composed of 50% Grenache, 25% Merlot, 15% Syrah, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Inky purple-colored, it offers an expressive nose of toasty oak, spice box, black cherry, black raspberry, and black currant. This leads to a medium to full-bodied wine with loads of sweet fruit, excellent concentration and depth, and a firm structure. It will evolve for 3-4 years and drink well through 2020. (JM)" (02/2008) Wine Enthusiast: "Subtle and balanced, and may show best with plenty of airing and/or decant...

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...

Dominio do Bibei is a project based in the Bibei valley in D.O. Ribeira Sacra, near the village of Manzaneda in northwest Spain. The vines are located on terraced clay and slate vineyards, biodynamically farmed, and the wine vinified in concrete eggs and variously sized, used oak barrels and foudres. Since the primary grape, Mencia (tiny quantities of Mouraton and Garnacha Tintorera are blended in), tends naturally towards reduction, this style of winemaking seems to make perfect sense to create balanced, elegant wines. Organically cultivated fruit on ...
Price: $26.99


91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The red 2016 Mestizaje is a blend of Bobal with 18% Syrah and 14% Garnacha fermented separately and with some full clusters with indigenous yeasts. It matured in French oak barrels and vats for ten months. There is a little less wine, as they definitively removed Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from the blend. That, plus a fresher year, contributed to a fresher wine—juicy and tasty—with a mixture of red and black fruit and a chalky sensation in the palate. It finishes long and tasty. Very good quality for the price...

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "A stony, fresh nose is clean as a whistle, while this feels medium to full, with a faint skin-driven texture and citrusladen acidity. Orange and nectarine flavors are bright and fairly deep, while it remains alert across a snappy finish. (MS)" (12/2019) James Suckling: "Light cherries, strawberries, and white flower notes, even a touch of peach, emerges from the 2018 Rosado and it's medium-bodied, has beautiful fruit, good purity, and a clean finish. This is a refreshing and easy drinking as rose gets and is well worth a mul...

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A 60/40 blend of Garnacha and Cariñena from the vineyard that names the wine, the 2016 Planetes de Nin saw a similar vinification and aging as the 2017 I tasted next to it, so the differences found were only due to the vintage and the moment of harvest. This is a fresher vintage, with tantalizing aromas that are subtle and elegant, with notes of violets and red cherries, nuanced and ever-changing in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied and nicely textured, with very fine tannins and fine chalky minerality. 9,10...

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...


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

92 points Vinous: "Deep, lurid ruby. Primary red fruit aromas and a sexy floral quality on the highly perfumed, smoke- and spice-accented nose. Smooth and concentrated on the palate, offering cherry liqueur, raspberry, lavender pastille and spicecake flavors that pick up succulent herb and mineral nuances as the wine opens up. Fleshy yet energetic in style, delivering impressive finishing punch and harmonious, slow-building tannins that don't detract from the wine's inviting fruit. (JR)" (04/2019)

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...

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


93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Saturated ruby-red. Expressive, pungent aromas of roasted black raspberry and dark chocolate, with floral, menthol and spice notes. A major mouthful of suave, generous, but sharply defined fruit; thoroughly ripe, sweet dark berry, chocolate and game flavors coat the entire palate. A complex minerally quality emerged with aeration. Very concentrated and very long; finishes with firm but ripe and even tannins. Try this wine alongside a flight of top California Cabs. (ST) 93+" (11/1999) 90 points Robe...

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)

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The super mineral 2016 ROC comes from a lighter vintage that produced elegant wines with some edgy tannins that might require time in bottle, even though the wines are lighter. I loved the wine as soon as I put my nose in the glass. It shared the meaty and iron hints with the Quite, so probably a characteristic from the cool, Atlantic 2016 vintage that has delivered serious, austere and mineral wines, with less weight but more nuance, spiciness and earthiness. It finishes dry and long, with clean flavors that are...

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


From the importer: "Mas Foraster is a winery of reference for the Trepat variety. The family Foraster has been growing grapes in Conca de Barbera for over 150 years. In 1998 Julieta and his son Ricard embarked on their dream of taking over the family winery and started making wines focusing on local varieties. Mas Foraster produces wines from estate fruits only practicing organic farming. The vineyards are located in a valley surrounded by mountains at an altitude of 400 m, to 600 m, 30 km from the sea; sharing its southern border with Priorat and Mo...
Price: $21.99


99 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The otherworldly 2015 Les Manyes is a completely different Garnacha from Priorat, as it comes from a high-altitude vineyard on clay and limestone soils with a total absence of slate. From a cold terroir at 800 meters in altitude, this is very perfumed, floral, exuberant and open, nuanced, elegant and complex. The wine also has structure and concentration but doesn't show it—or just shows it in a subtle way. This has an electric palate with lively, almost citric acidity. Every year the wines seem to be better... W...

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...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The estate’s flagship wine, the 2002 Vall Llach, is a blend of 50% old vine Carignan, 35% Merlot, and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. A deep ruby/purple color is accompanied by lovely aromas of crushed blueberries, minerals, high class smoky oak, and acacia flowers. It possesses medium body, wonderful sweetness, beautiful fruit, and nicely integrated acidity and tannin. (RP)" (06/2005) 93 points Wine & Spirits: "No tasting note given." (12/2004) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "(A blend of 50% o...

95 points Wine Spectator: "Powerful and intense, this Spanish red is as ripe and rich as young Vintage Port, bursting with flavors of black cherries and blueberries, chocolate and coffee, supported by muscular yet round tannins. An impressive achievement in an age of blockbuster wines. Best after 2003. 500 cases made. (TM)" (06/2001) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The superb, opaque purple-colored 1997 Tirant exhibits sweet, concentrated, jammy fruit intertwined with notions of asphalt, pepper, liquid minerals, and subtle spicy wood. A full-...


As Caborcas is the first of Ladeiras do Xil's three single-vineyard red wines that explore the singular expressions of the remote and ancient Bibei valley, located on the border of the Valdeorras and Ribeira Sacra subzones in Galicia. The vineyard is a 2.5ha, mostly northwest facing plot, below the village of Santa Cruz, located directly above the Bibei river. The name As Caborcas means "vineyard by the little river." As Caborcas is a unique vineyard, full of dierent varieties, of dierent ages, from dierent strains, growing at dierent altitudes and exp...
Price: $79.99

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...

Falcoeira a Capilla, in the village of Santa Cruz, is thought of by locals as one of the very best grand cru vineyards in the area, displaying the fantastic depth and finesse of which the finest vineyards from Galicia are capable. Falcoeira a Capilla is always a richer wine compared with its siblings, think Chambertin verses the Musigny of As Caborcas. This south-west facing slope with a 150m drop was totally neglected, and it took over a decade to pull out the wild vegetation, rebuild the terraces, and re-plant 2.75ha of vineyards. The soils here are...
Price: $79.99

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...

90 points Wine & Spirits: "Planted on clay and lime soils in the mountains of Catalonia, this sumoll has a tannic tension that immediately suggests grilled meat. Even so, there’s lovely depth of cherry flavor in this fresh, summery red for vacations under the sun." (10/2018) K&L Notes: 100% Sumoll an extremely rare black grape native to Penedès. Grown in Calcareous Clay soils. Vines are planted at over 500 meters (1650 feet). Hand-selected berries undergo a cold soak maceration and fermentation on the skins in 1500L fudres using indigenous yeast. The w...

From the importer: "Ameztoi is one of the top producers of Getariako Txakolina. They own 20 hectares of vines in the best location. From the vineyards one can see the town of St. Sebastian and understand the influence of the Atlantic Ocean on local viticulture. Made from the indigenous grape varieties of hondarribi zuri and its red companion hondarribi beltza. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and bottled with residual carbonic acid that gives the wine its natural spritz."
Price: $21.99

An unusual heritage blend, this tinto is a blend of 80% Juan Garcia, a rare regional grape, along with 10% Tempranillo and 10% Bruñal. Formerly a London wine importer, winemaker Charlotte Allen went all in for the old vineyards of this region, located within the Arribes del Duero National Park. The Juan Garcia are some of Charlotte’s youngest vines, at some 50 years old. She practices organic farming, with some biodynamic practices. The wines are unfined and unfiltered, with low SO2 levels. *Natural, Organic*
Price: $16.99

91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Saturated dark ruby color. Penetrating, pungent aromas of blackcurrant, flowers, coffee, dark chocolate, tobacco and black pepper; distinct note of crystallized but not cooked fruit. Lush and thick in the mouth, but black fruit flavor is quite penetrating thanks to strong acids. This is the estate's flagship wine, from vines replanted in 1991. Very impressive. (ST) 91+" (09/1998) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This wine exhibits a Medoc-like personality, with notes of black currants, che...

95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2016 Laurel is sensational stuff and, in truth, matches several older vintages of the grand vin in quality. A blend of 80% Grenache, 15% Syrah, and the rest Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 16 months in a mix of oak, concrete, and amphora, this deep purple-colored beauty offers up a fresh, vibrant bouquet of blueberries, crisp plums, violets, and spring flowers. Possessing full-bodied richness, beautiful depth of fruit and richness, and a fresh, elegant style, it’s a brilliant wine that’s going to evolve gracefully for 10-15 years." (...

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Clos Martinet is 65% Garnacha, 18% Carinena, 12% Syrah and the rest a combination of Cabernet and Merlot that changes with the vintage. It feels closer to the Cami Pesseroles than the Escurcons, which Sara tells me is because of the altitude rather than the varietal mix, with aromas of black fruit, crushed violets and plenty of balsamic notes of Mediterranean herbs, shoe polish, soy sauce, malt, peat and wet slate. The palate is medium to full-bodied and shows silky tannins with tension and power. 2010 i...