The late vintage Ochoa Muscat is a new style of natural sweet white wine made from the Moscatel de Grano Menudo variety. It has a special freshness that makes this wine fresh, being sweet and with great versatility when serving it. With great aging potential.
Esencia 27 is a 100% natural needle green. Wine from the Land of Castilla Y León. The most awarded semi-sweet in Spain.
Pagos de Anguix is the first wine in the DO Ribera del Duero by J&C Prime Brands (Juve & Camps). A red wine that, after spending 10 months in the barrel, has become the first wine in this new winery.
Honoro Vera Garnacha is a young red wine with wood D.O. Calatayud The wine remained two months in French oak barrels.
Torre del Veguer Dulce Vendimia Tardia is a sweet wine obtained from a must with a magnificent aroma of honey and orange that maintains freshness thanks to its adequate acidity.Torre del Veguer Marta is a sparkling wine with aging made using the traditional method from the Muscat grape variety of Frontignan.
Amontillado Carlos VII is a very old fine, aged by biological aging (under a flower veil), continuing its production in oxidative aging (without a flower veil), in American oak boots, through the traditional system of hatcheries and screeds with sacks and periodic sprays, until completing an average age of more than 20 years.
Hacienda Monasterio Reserva is a wine with a harmonious set, very long and persistent structure where finesse and power predominate.
Diez Almendros is a full wine, full of fruit and sweetness. Blackberries and licorice that our incognito grape gives us ... With 12 months of aging that give the wine notes of clove and cinnamon. DO. Ribera del Duero.
Pingus, new vintage for a mythical wine from the Ribera del Duero.
Laya is an oak red wine with D.O. Almansa, prepared by Bodegas Atalaya belonging to the Family Bodegas Juan Gil group.
Cilantro LCR5 of Pazo de Valdomiño is a unique coriander, aromatic and medicinal herbal liqueur in the world, prepared following an old recipe introduced in 1877 by the goianés D. Manuel Ozores and transmitted, since then, through generations.