Category Archives: Wineries

Bodegas Duron

Duron Crianza Duron Reserva A venture of Bodegas Solar de Samaniego in Ribera del Duero, Bodegas Duron was founded in 1989 in the village or Roa. The wines of Bodegas Duron are a reflection of the traditional viticultural techniques of the area and the terroir Ribera is blessed with. Indeed, winemaking has taken place here for over 2,000 years..
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Bodegas Covitoro

  El Bos Tinta de Toro Bodegas Covitoro was born in 1974 as the result of the initiative and eagerness of a group of vine growers in the area. Began its activity with the harvest of 1978 and was one of the forerunner of the Denomination of Origin Toro to its constitution in 1987. Bodegas Covitoro is proud to own an important amount of the oldest vineyards in the Denomination of Origin Toro which brings to their wines a clear difference in quality and profusion of shades. Bodegas Covitoro has large facilities equipped with the latest technology. It has a processing capacity close to 4.5 million kilos of grapes per year, a maximum storage volume around 6 million liters and 1400  American and French oak cask. Bodegas Covitoro has been certified in the quality standards IFS (International Food Standard) and BRC (British Retail Consortium), both obtained with the highest rating. Bodegas Covitoro elaborates.
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Mythic Wines

Mythic Mountain Chardonnay Mythic Vineyard Chardonnay Viognier Mythic Mountain Red Blend Mythic Mountain Malbec Mythic Estate Malbec Mythic Vineyard Malbec Mythic Vineyard Cabernet Mythic Block Malbec Mythic Barrel Malbec In the Southern Hemisphere lies a Viticultural Eden bathed by an ancient ridge,  where pristine glacial waters filter down through nutrient rich earth. This unspoiled paradise is the chosen land for growing vines. It is here where our wines are born.  300 days of sun, deep roots, and alluvial soil create the most ideal of conditions for these MYTHIC Argentine wines. Winemaker Bernardo Bossi Bonilla – winemaker extraordinaire.  Bernie spent years honing his skills at Argentine powerhouses Catena, Tikal, and Casarena before embarking on his very own label, MYTHIC.  No longer handcuffed by management and bean-counters, Bernardo is afforded the freedom to craft his wines exactly how he sees fit…. quite a rare feat with the proliferation of factory wineries..
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Bodegas Alta Pavina

Alta Pavina Pinot Noir (70% Pinot Noir, 30% Tempranillo) Citius Pinot Noir (100% Pinot Noir) The madness of the Ortega brothers leads them to produce Pinot Noir two kilometers from the Duero River in Valladolid. With close to 1,000 meters altitude and extreme weather conditions, this project begins planting the vineyard in 1985, culminating with amazing wines worldwide. The Spanish Pinot Noir takes you to a world of sensations never before experienced..
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Lucatoni Vineyards

LUCATONI WINES FROM SPAIN Lucatoni Rose Bobal (100% Bobal) Lucatoni Cava (Xarello, Parrellada blend) LUCATONI WINES FROM CHILE Lucatoni Pinot Grigio (100% Pinot Grigio) Lucatoni Cabernet Sauvignon (100% Cabernet Sauvignon) Lucatoni Pinot Noir (100% Pinot Noir) Lucatoni Chardonnay Reserva (100% Chardonnay) Lucatoni Sauvignon Blanc Reserva (100% Sauvignon Blanc) Lucatoni Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva (100% Cabernet Sauvignon) Lucatoni Pinot Noir Reserva (100% Pinot Noir) Lucatoni Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva (100% Cabernet Sauvignon) Andes Range Malbec (100% Malbec) Andes Range Sauvignon Blanc (100% Sauvignon Blanc)  .
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Vinicola de Gandesa

Altos d’Oliva Gran Reserva (Cabernet, Syrah, Garnacha, Tempranillo Blend) The Gil family began its viticultural activity in Horta de Sant Joan during the firsthalf of the 19th century and has constantly developed and grown since then. In 1842 Ramon Gil bought some rustic plots of land which he turned into vineyards and where he built the first winery. His son Antonio Gil continued his viticultural work and winemaking increasing the business by buying grapes locally and building a still that made the typical brandies of the area. Rodrigo Gil, the third generation, was a pioneer in the installation of modern winemaking equipment. He began to buy grapes from towns further away. Elias Gil, the current generation, transferred in 1993 this activity to a new winery equipped with all the facilities required to make modern style wines for a new market of high quality consumers.   La Vinicola de Gandesa is.
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Adega Cooperativa Ponte de Lima

Ponte Branco Vinho Verde (Loureiro, Trajadura blend) Ponte Rose Vinho Verde (Vinhao, Padeiro, Espadeiro blend) Ponte de Lima was founded in 1959. The winery takes its name from the bridge at the crossroads of Conde de Bertiandos in the town of Ponte de Lima – Portugal’s most ancient city. The cooperative, composed of over 2,000 local producers, is the largest contributor to the Ponte de Lima’s economy. In 1998 the cooperative received certification from APCER to produce wines that can be legally denominated as Vinhos Verdes, as part of the special administrative region. Lima is one of the 9 administrative sub-regions of the Vinho Verde region in the northeast of Portugal. It is blessed with a perfect climate with which to create varied, fruity and fresh wines..
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Viñedos de Aldeanueva

Azabache Garnacha (100% Garnacha) 750 ml Azabache Tempranillo (100% Tempranillo) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Joven (100% Tempranillo) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Crianza (Tempranillo, Garnacha blend) 750 ml Marques de Aldeanueva Reserva (Tempranillo, Garnacha blend) 750 ml Over a century has gone by since the first vines were planted in Aldeanueva. Its excellent climate and rich soils together with the know-how of the local growers, resulted in grapes that were highly valued for their colour and alcohol content. These were —and have continued to be until present day— the basis of many aged Rioja wines. Grapes of this quality lead to significant demand which meant expandidg our vineyards to the current 2,600 hectares. History The bodega was founded on 20 November 1955 by a group of growers from Aldeanueva de Ebro. Months later, in February 1956, the first Articles of Association were drafted and they began building the winery. Those.
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