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Composed of the same grapes in the same percentages as the Crianza, the Reserva is a barrel selection of wines that Angel feels can undergo longer aging in barrel and then in bottle. Aged a total of 27 months in barrels, then into concrete for more than a year, the Reserva also sees bottle aging until Angel deems it ready for release. This wine ramps up the intensity of the Crianza, with more pungent fruit as well as a real spicy and wild quality. As with many of the best Riojas, this wine is quite delicious right now if you want to drink some bottles wh...
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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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91 points James Suckling: "A flavorful red with dark-berry and cherry character. Hints of toasted oak with chocolate. Medium body and a juicy finish. " (08/2018) K&L Notes: This Gran Reserva is from some of their oldest Tempranillo and Graciano vines, planted in 1931 and 1946. It is elegant, generous and a precociously delicious treat for now, or over the next 15 years. Miguel Merino makes, as he likes to put it, an "updated classic" style of Rioja, all from his own 2 hectares of vines and several hectares of vineyards owned by a close friend. All the ...

Lesmos is back, and now in magnums, the ideal size for parties and for extended aging in your cellar! 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. Produced from 85% Tempranillo and 15% Mazuelo, the wine shows a rather Burgundian nose of cherries and plums, opening to reveal a hint of sandalwood that leads to a wonderful palate with persistent, tangy cherry flavors presented on an elegantly textured frame. Terrific acidity and a lasting finish. On...
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 La Vizcaína Las Gundiñas comes from a plot with deeper soils, and the wine feels quite immediate and fruit driven. There is a bitter touch in the palate. I've seen some ups and downs with this wine, and Raúl Pérez confirmed that the wines are variable, but they tend to deliver in the medium term. It's not particularly complex, but it drinks well. (LG)" (02/2019) 91 points Decanter: "From a rare, flat, southeast-facing vineyard site with deep soils, on the edge of the Camino de Santiago. ‘It’s very cons...

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...

93 points Decanter: "This east-facing, sunny site on clay soils was planted between 1930 and 1936, during the Second Republic. The wine it produces, another Mencia field blend, uses 100% stems with a short 25-day maceration, and is aged in neutral oak. It has seductive aromas of fine cedar, violets and roses. The palate is very flavoursome and generously plump, full of expressive bramble fruits and an underlying lively line of acid. It's the most immediately approachable of the Vizcaina range. Drinking Window 2019 - 2024 (SJE)" (02/2019) 92 points Robe...

93 points James Suckling: "Brambly summer berries make for an attractive, youthful nose here. The palate has impressive raspberries and red plums. Tangy and lively with a great, punchy fruit kick. Drink or hold." (08/2018) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Barranco del San Ginésis a new single-vineyard, top-of-the-range red from an east-facing plot of 1.18 hectares of head-pruned Tempranillo vines planted in Laguardia in 1935 at 570 meters altitude. It is registered as 'viñedo singular,' the new official category for single-vineyard wi...

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...
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Loxarel is once again available in magnums! Can Mayol, which bottles under the trademarked name "Loxarel," is a winery that has been farming organically for more than a decade. The Mitjan family, owners of Can Mayol, also employ some biodynamic treatments. They keep animals, including chickens, a horse and a donkey named Garnatxa. While the focus is on "Brut Nature" (no dosage added) sparkling wine production, they also produce some very interesting still wines as well. In their chalky, high altitude vineyards (above 2,400 feet for their highest vines, a...
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100% Palomino from Barbadillo’s Cerro de Leyes vineyard in the Santa Lucía pago planted in 1972. Before being pressed, the grapes are lightly sun-dried in the Soleo process where the picked grape bunches are left to increase the sugar concentration. Manzanilla butts are then used for a traditional cask fermentation using the natural yeasts from the vineyard. The young wine is then transferred to stainless steel and cement tanks for 18 months, under a veil of flor before bottling with minimal fining. The result is something unique and represents a journe...
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The first wine produced at the property was the 2011 El Sacramento, a majority of Tempranillo with 3% Graciano from their estate vineyards in Laguardia, where the vines are planted on clay and limestone soils at 500 meters in altitude. They want to combine power and elegance in a wine that aims at having aging potential while being tasty and balanced. The year was very dry and warm, and the best bunches from their Sacramento vineyard, planted mostly in 1986, were fermented in stainless steel vats followed by malo...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Estaladiña is the name given locally in Bierzo to a slightly darker biotype of Trousseau, the pale red grape from Jura that is also known as Panycarne, Bastardo or Merenzao. The grape is in the process of being admitted by the Bierzo appellation, but in the meantime, the 2016 Estaladiña from Gregory Perez has to be sold without the appellation of origin. It does have the berry fruit, the herbs and spices and the wild twist I see in many wines produced with the grape, here or elsewhere (there are almost no wines y...

Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Good healthy red to the rim. Vinous, oaky aromas of strawberry, cinnamon and nut skin. Lively but dry and rather unforthcoming; seems a bit pinched today and quite tight on the back end. All sinew and acidity right now; should be decanted and served with a meal. (ST)" (11/1999)
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 109 Gran Reserva is old vine, head-pruned Xarello with 10% Chardonnay kept in bottle with the lees for no less than 109 months until it is released, but the 'sur lie' can be much longer—in fact, until you decide to pull the cork, as the bottles are sold without being disgorged. It's therefore cloudy and full of lees (depending on how much you shake the bottle!), which help prevent oxidation in the wine and continue evolving in the bottle. I have been greatly impressed with this bottling in the past and w...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The powerful, ripe and heady 2013 La Basseta is 80% Garnacha and the rest Cariñena. The Garnacha is from a 15-year-old vineyard on decomposed slate and sand soil at 600 meters altitude, while the Cariñena was planted some 12 years ago from a massale selection of old Priorat vines on deep clay soils with slate at 300 meters altitude. The nose is very fragrant, floral and intoxicating. The two grapes fermented separately, as they are harvested with almost two weeks difference, with 35% of the Garnacha in full clust...