Marqués de Cáceres Crianza 2015 Bodegas Marqués de Cáceres
Dark ruby red colour. Fresh notes of red berries on the nose enriched by a depth of vanilla and sweet spice.
Clean and lively on tasting with ripe tannins that blend with balanced structure.
Fleshy in the mouth with delicious flavours, this is a wine for pleasure.
Marqués de Cáceres Reserva 2014
Intense, complex bouquet that confirms its ageing in quality oak: powerful aromas of blackberries and blackcurrants with a depth of toasted notes that blend with very fine oak.
Pleasantly full on tasting with concentrated flavours.
Clearly a wine of character and structure but with a nice, fleshy texture.
Marqués de Cáceres Gran Reserva 2012 Bodegas Marqués de Cáceres
Dense, deep ruby red colour. On the nose, intense aromas of ripe fruits of the forest and Morello cherries blend with slightly toasted vanillin notes. Fresh, full and fleshy in the mouth, this wine delivers superb tannins that highlight its structure and complexity.
Sangre de Toro Garnacha 2016 Bodegas Torres
Deep ruby colour with a hint of ochre. Rich complex Mediterranean aromas with exuberant notes of spices and blackberries. Velvety tannins are noted on the palate with elegant flavours of licorice and small dark forest fruits.
Tinto Pesquera 2018, DO Ribera del Duero (Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez)
Intense ruby-red color. Its aspect is clean.
Nose, the wine´s reveals the best dark fruit marked by impeccable wood aromas.
Taste: Excellent balance between its acidity and alcohol content. Flavors from the barrel do not overwhelm the fruit. Refined and elegant...
Campo Viejo Gran Reserva 2012
Ruby red with a gold-tinged rim.
Complex nose. It retains the ripe red-berry fruit aromas of blackberries, blueberries, and black plums extraordinarily well. Gradually it opens up to reveal smoky, toasted wood nuances, with spices and hints of minerals and tobacco.
A long, elegant with final hints of coffee...
Dehesa la Granja 2011 Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez from Castilla y Leon - Grupo Pesquera 100% Tempranillo As well as being tremendously impressive, the extensive wine caves, carved out of the rock during the 18th century, are the perfect place for wine and wood to court each other: silence, darkness, constant temperatures and balanced humidity.