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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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Alta Pavina Pinot Noir

VT Castilla y Leon – 70% Pinot Noir, 30% Tempranillo Soft red that expresses a medium body. Aromas of ripe fruits are blended elaborately with oak that lends it some toasted, balsamic essences. On the palate it is well-rounded and easy to drink. The Tempranillo varietal provides some lightly sweet notes that balance out the relatively drier Pinot Noir. Harmonious and elegant finish..
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Perfume de Sonsierra 2010 – 92 Points

“This red shows a fine balance between generosity and grip, with a plush texture supported by firm tannins. Plum and blackberry flavors are ripe and juicy, mingling with iron, tar and smoke notes that give way to a floral, vanilla-accented finish. In the modern style. Drink now through 2024. 1,000 cases made.” ~T.M., Wine Spectator, April 2016.
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Marques de Aldeanueva Joven

DO Rioja (100% Tempranillo) 750 mL COLOR Deep ruby red color with glints of plum violet along the rim. AROMA The wine has a rich aroma with notes of bright red fruits and berries. TASTE On the palate it is fruit-forward yet dry, with well-balanced structure, expressive tannins and a harmonious finish. GASTRONOMY Pairs wonderfully with cheese, charcuterie, red sauces and meat dishes..
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DO Catalunya

VINICOLA DE GANDESA The small DO of Catalunya is situated north-east of the Iberian Peninsula, just south of the highly esteemed Priorat, and is the highest D.O within Catalonia at 400 metres above sea level. The soil is predominantly limestone and incredibly dry, meaning that it can only really support three main crops: olives, almonds and grapes. As the area is fortunate to have undergone very little replanting. It reaps the benefit of having older vines, producing local varieties such as Garnacha Blanca, Macabeo and Parellada in whites and Tempranillo, Garnacha negra and Cariñera (Mazuela) in red. However, foreign varietals are also allowed (Cabernet, Merlot, Shiraz, Muscat and Chardonnay). Vines and grapes in Catalunya go as far back in time as Catalunya’s own history and culture. The winds and the soil of that cradle of cultures, the Mediterranean Sea, have together moulded grape growing and winemaking in Catalunya. Introducida por.
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