A two-hour’s drive north of Madrid in D.O. Ribera del Duero you’ll find century-old Tempanillo vines (organically farmed) grown at 3,000 feet producing a wine with freshness and serious structure to accompany an equally serious “lechazo”, or roast baby lamb.
Tasting notes: This is a big, chewy, juicy red with flavors of blackberries, sweet raisins, char and chocolate; long finish with the potential for an even better future.
Pairs with: grilled meats, especially lamb and suckling pig
A proprietary blend of native Galician varietals sustainably grown 45 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean in the Galician mountain in Northeastern part of “green” Spain (D.O. Ribeiro).
Tasting notes: Medium bodied, mouth-watering with delicious flavors of tangerine, pears, white peach, with bright minerality.
Because of its proximity to the Atlantic “Mar & Montaña” pairs beautifully with fish and seafood, because what grows together, goes together.