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2014 Rioja Blanca "Que Bonito Cacareaba" Contador

For the 2014 vintage, winemaker Benjamin Romeo blends 52% Garnacha Blanca, 35% Malvasia & 13% Viura.

2015 Arlanza "Cadastro" Olivier Riviere

"El Cadastro is a blend made from 4 parcels of older vines that were planted in the 1930s and 1950s. As was the custom at the time, these mainly tempranillo vineyards are co-planted with smaller percentages of other varieties (mostly Garnacha). Most of this cuvée comes from the sub-zone of La Tizona, which Olivier feels gives this wine its innate floral aromatics, to which he adds a portion of fruit from the sub-zones of La Mula, El Amesado and La Quemado – the high plateau considered by most to be the Grand cru of Covarrubias." --importer Eric Solomon

2015 Galicia "Erea da Vila" Daterra Viticultores (Laura Lorenzo)

"90% percent of the grapes were destemmed; the grapes were pressed and left on the skins to rest for a short time; the wine was then fermented in old barrels with wild yeasts, then raised for 6 months in older 225 liters barrels. This is a rich and nuanced vino blanco with lush texture, racy acidity, and notes of orchard fruits, herbs, and minerals. A perfect pairing with flaky fish, game, and poultry." --importer Jose Pastor

2015 Penedes Cava Brut Reserva Agusti Torello Mata

"A blend of 48% Macabeu, 33% Parellada and 19% Xarel-lo, the vintage-dated 2015 Brut Reserva was disgorged in January of 2019, having spent three years on the lees. The resulting wine is an excellent example of what Cava can be. The nose is clean and fruity with hints of apple, caramel and fresh herbs. The palate is elegant and balanced with well-integrated bubbles and excellent balance. Four grams dosage, 5.9 acidity and only 11.5% alcohol. Yum!" --importer Field Blend Selections

2015 Rioja Blanco Sierra de la Demanda

80% Viura, 20% Garnacha Blanca "In the foothills of the mountains near the southern banks of the Ebro river, Alberto Orte found some very special vines and vineyards to compose the wines of Sierra de la Demanda. From these north-facing old vine plantings, Alberto crafts Rioja wines of incomparable minerality and focus that hearken back to a much older and more traditional style of Rioja winemaking, emphasizing specificity of terroir, elegance and balance. Using some of the oldest, highest altitude vines in the region necessitates painstaking work, but yields remarkable results. In most vintages, this vineyard is among the last to be harvested in all of Spain, let alone Rioja, sometimes extending into November to achieve phenolic ripeness. This longer hang time lends grace, profound depth and complexity to the Sierra de la Demanda wines. For the most part, vineyard owners in this area are farmers who sell their fruit to larger producers. Alberto Orte controls the fruit for Sierra de la Demanda from budbreak to bottling, showcasing the profound minerality and precision of this unique terroir." --importer Ole/Obrigado

2016 Priorat "Salanques" Mas Doix

Garnaxta, with Syrah and Carinyena
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