This mixed case contains wines (and tastes) to remind you of those sunshine holidays by the sea in Spain. We have selected some of the best wines that Spain has to offer:
Cava Parxet (Sparkling): Clean and fruity on the nose, with hints of acacia, lemons and green apples. The palate is flavoursome and dry, with citrus fruits, minerality and a hint of spice
Gorgorito Verdejo (white); Light and zesty, with fresh citrus aromas on the nose. The wine has a nice balance on the palate, with hints of green spices and lemon fruit, and a crisp, refreshing finish.
Rioja Bordon Blanco (white) Light, fresh notes of citrus fruits come through on the nose. On the palate the wine is light and crisp, with lemony fruit and hits of peach; the finish is dry and crisp
Lagar de Basada, Albarino (white); On the nose green fruits abound, with citrus and floral notes. The palate is dry and full-flavoured, with citrus fruits, peaches and a fine seam of minerality
Garnacha, Carinena (red); Enticing red fruits on the nose. Juicy red plums, cherries and redcurrants burst onto the palate, with silky texture and a refreshing finish. A real ‘super-quaffer’!
Fortaleza de Rey Tempranillo (red): Typical cherry aromas characteristic of the Tempranillo grape. Smooth, fruity and easy-to-drink leaving the palate clean