Too often we taste fantastic local wines on our travels and scour the shelves of the local supermarket upon our return, only to discover they’re seemingly unheard of on our thirsty isle. Enter Wine Club. Search and order regional wines through our specialist representatives and take advantage of some expert recipe matches.
A selective blend of the best Albarino grapes in the O Rosal subzone, blended with the indigenous Loureira and Caiño Blanco (harvested in October). This is greenish-yellow, evoking white flowers and green plums on the nose, and filling out on the
Gran Cerdo is all about the purest expression of fruit, with whole bunch fermentation, no filtration, no stabilization and minimal sulphur. The wine has real character, with all the juicy elements of Tempranillo, and no unnecessary oak to mask its
Generous, fruity, playfully fresh rosé with a full, rounded body and good balance. A really handy ‘fridge door’ wine: lovely by the glass, but keeps well for a day or two, and is really versatile with food.
Medium purple in colour, the wine has a expressive nose of forest floor, truffles, spice box, black pepper, lilac and wild blueberries. On the palate the wine is full bodied, rich and dense with layers of fruit and terrific integration of oak,