• Fresh and bright with clean floral notes, fine little bubbles and a hint of mountain air. Loxarel is recognised as one of the best Cava producers and when you taste it you?ll understand why; the grapes are of a very high quality, which is captured in the winemaking process. Loxarel is a certified organic winery and the vineyards are managed by biodynamic principles, it is located in the Penedes region, just south of Barcelona.
  • Castro Ventosa has been owned and run by the Perez family since 1752 and has never changed hands. They have a hands-on approach in the vineyard and a hands off approach in the winery which result in vibrant and exciting wines.
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  • A subtle, stylish and elegant wine that has crisp orchard fruit and a fine citrus backbone. Dry, fresh and aromatic, its Albarino has it should be. When Rias Baixas officially attained appellation status in 1988, there were only 30 wineries there and little of the wine was exported. Now it is home to 6 times as many producers, in large driven by the insatiable thirst for Albarino. Bodegas Zarate have been the pioneering force behind high quality Albarino.
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  • Bodegas Matsu produces wine in the Toro region from very old Tempranillo vines, with very little intervention for a pure expression of the region. The old vines have a low yield and produce concentrated and intense berries.
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  • The perfect white wine for anyone who is looking for an alternative to the typical Sauvignon, not to mention that it is organic and vegan friendly! Dry, crisp, fresh zingy white wine Organic Spanish white. This lovely organic white is made using a blend of two grapes. The main grape is Sauvignon Blanc, which is crisp, fresh and aromatic, and there is some Viognier blended in here. Viognier is a fleshy, aromatic grape with peachy flavours and it makes this wine extra appealing. This is a glass of yumminess!      
  • A medium bodied fruity red made from two grapes, Tempranillo which is the principal grape in Rioja and Syrah which is the principal grape in Rhone. Its fun, fruity and easy going and best of all, its Organic! A good alternative for those who like fruity Malbecs.      
  • Soft texture with fleshy mouthfeel lead to wine with floral hints, orchard fruit like pears and apricots and herbal tea notes. Yum! Coto De Gomariz , who is the winery behind The Flower and the Bee, farm organically although they are not certified, and many biodynamic practices are also implemented here. They are one of the leading producers in Ribeiro, with second generation Ricardo Carreiro at the helm with oenologist Xos? Lois Sebio by his side.
    Farming PracticesOrganic
  • A thrilling glass of wine. Although it's a blend of Garnacha Tintorera and Moravia Agria, its a must for Pinot Noir lovers. From the subregion of Almansa south of Valencia, Envinate is the project of Alfonso Torrente, Jose Angel Martinez, Laura Ramos and Roberto Santana, a group of friends who met while studying Oenology at the University of Alicante. They have pioneered a new wave of winemaking and their limited production wines have quickly elevated to cult status.
    TypeRedGrape70% Garnacha Tintorera, 30% Moravia Agria
    RegionCastilla-La ManchaCountrySpain
    Farming PracticesOrganic
  • Natural low sulphur Garnacha from Spain. It's a great example of the low sulphur wines for those who would like to get familar with the style. Medium bodied, fruity and savoury, its good for people who like Cotes du Rhone and Malbec but with a herbaceous tone. This is organically certified with no sulphur and a great example of how good these wines can be. Its a new project from Aroa and definitely one to watch.    
  • We love this Cava so much! Made from exclusively white grapes it is a glass of finesse. Fresh, crisp and with a lovely mouthfeel and richness. Maria Casanovas is a fmaily owned winery established in 1984 and their 9ha are certified Organic. The wine is famous for being served by the glass at El Bulli, which was the awarded the best restaurant in the world numerous times before closing.
    TypeSparklingGrapeXarel·lo, Parellada, Macabeo
    Farming PracticesLow Intervention
  • El Picaro is a rich, ripe and powerful wine. Inky purple in colour and flavours of fresh blackberries and blueberries and a small dollop of mocha from the 3 months spent in oak. Not for the faint-hearted!
    Farming PracticesBiodynamic
  • This wine has 100% success rate! So fresh and fruity, it tastes like you are actually in the winery: sweet and sour cherries, liquorice, ripe plums and a hint of spice. Yum! Bierzo is a wine region located in the north west of Spain, an area well known now because of the Camino di Santiago. Mencia is the most important red grape grown on the coastal tip of the Iberian peninsula, where it makes high quality, medium bodied and aromatic red wines.
    Type RedGrape Mencia
    Region BierzoCountry Spain
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  • Bright, juicy and silky. Milu is brimming with enticing aromas of ripe plums and dark cherries, liquorice, eucalyptus and peppery spices. If you like Rioja and enjoy Robust wines, this is for you!
    TypeRedGrapeTinta del Pais
    RegionRibero del DueroCountrySpain
    Farming PracticesOrganic
  • This is an exceptional Rioja, it's not often that a wine completely stops you in its tracks. Mainly the Tempranillo grape with some Graciano and Monastrell, Remelluri Reserva has so much going on in it its hard to know where to start. A wine to impress. Remelluri is the family estate of Telmo Rodriguez, a man who is considered one of the best wine makers in Spain. Having worked in Bordeaux, Rhone and Provence, he returned to Spain to his beloved Remelluri.
    TypeRedGrapeTempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano
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  • Sparkling wine is a fantastic gift as bubbles brighten up every occasion. This bottle comes packaged in a beautiful Italian made olive green premium gift box. An organic Cava from the Penedes is sure to impress.
  • Its not very often you see a wine made exclusively from the grape Graciano, a little known Spanish grape grown in Rioja and Navarra. It produces full bodied red wines, with dark cherries, plums and damson aromas. Meaty and grippy, a very good little wine. Vina Zorzal, Zoral being Spanish for the little bird on the label, a thrush, is the project of 3 brothers who took over from their father's wine business. They produce brilliant value for money wines.
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