Here Are Some Spanish Wine Selections That You’ve been Missing Out On

Article published at: Jan 29, 2021 Article tag: featured-posts
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The types of wine drinkers are as diverse as the variety of wine selection available all over the globe. Whether you are someone who is cultured with refined taste for wine or someone who simply purchases affordable wine to fall asleep after a stressful day, Spanish wine is something you should definitely pay more attention to. It’s more than just a liquor you use to make a pitcher of Sangria. You get a bang for your buck dealing with stellar wine quality.  In fact, Spain is the third largest producer of wine next to France and Italy that carries over 300 grape varieties. This makes Spanish wine unique among the rest. Their uniqueness and authenticity stems from their strong regional ties to native grape varieties used to make them which means there’s a wide range of choices of Spanish wine for everybody.

These are our top choices for Spanish wine sold in a bundle!

1. Protos Crianza Ribera del Duero 750ml, P1,899

This bottle of wine with 100% Tempranillo grapes from Ribera del Duero will take you to a journey through timeless land. It tastes powerful yet fruity. It is intensely aromatic of ripe red fruits and spices, vanilla, and toast. The wine envelopes with balance and finesse and a pleasant maturity from its oak and bottle ageing. 

2. Marques de Riscal Reserva 750ml, P1,299

Made with Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes, grown from La Rioja soils, this red wine is undeniably rich and smooth. It has a good concentration of ripe fruits that was concealed in long aged wood barrels. Fresh and structured with fine, smooth tannins - makes it easy to drink. It leaves a balsamic undertone on the palate leaving a memory of great quality. 

3. Matsu El Picaro 750ml, P945

Fruity yet smooth - made from Tempranillo grapes from 90 year old vines. This wine is slightly young yet it still has a strong character. Definitely one of the best purchases available because you really get your money’s worth with this one. Its taste is a flavorful and intense mix of dark fruits such as blackberries and blueberries giving it a youthful rim of purple tones. 

We recommend an ideal serving temperature of 16-18 C. These wines are best enjoyed with heavily sauced and flavored dishes inspired from Spanish cuisine. How about a Caldereta, Menudo or even a Paella or Lechon with these Spanish reds? It would definitely be fitting, to raise your Spanish wines and cheerly say, “salute”!  

Drink responsibly.