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    Bodegas Borsao produce some of the best value Garnacha in Spain on the slopes of the Mancayo Mountain. Deep, fresh, juicy red fruits on nose and palate.
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    Delicately fruity and floral nose with ripe peach and lemon. Nutty stone fruit characters are matched by a textural palate and clean, fruity finish.
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    From Jumilla a delicious blend of Monastrell and Shiraz. A ripe, spicy nose is followed by a palate of cakey, juicy fruit.
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    Covitoro is Toro's foremost co-operative (founded in 1974) and second largest producer, with over 1,000 hectares, and the oldest vines in the region. The Toro region is best known for premium reds. While the abundance of high quality fruit from old, gnarled, unirrigated bush-trained vines is perfectly suited to this purpose, modest grape prices also make Toro a great source of distinctive, well-made wines at more accessible prices - something at which Covitoro excels. Plantings are mainly Tinta de Toro, with some Garnacha for softer reds. There are also small plantings of Malvasia and Verdejo, which give an attractively fresh white similar to neighbouring Rueda. Having escapedphylloxera, many old vineyards remain with vines on their own rootstocks. Vineyards are healthy and virtually organic as the climate allows minimal chemical intervention.
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    A vibrant 100% Tempranillo that over-delivers in character and value. A youthful, fruity red with ripe, juicy black fruit aromas and hints of sweet spice. The palate has flavours of black cherry, more sweet spice, and a warming mouthfeel with gentle tannins. A hint of liquorice and sour cherry on the finish.
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    Intense aromas of stone fruit, tangerine oil and citrus. A rounded and complex palate, with peach and apricot fruit and notes of grass and fennel. Textural, though bright and pure with a long finish.
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    A youthful fruit driven rose from Spain's famous Rioja region. Fragant florals on the nose. Perfect for a summers day paired with fish or salad.
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    Made from 100% Viura grapes cultivated in Rioja Oriental. Vineyards are at an altitude of 400 metres above sea level and the Viura vines are, on average, 20 years old. 80% of the vines are trained in the trellis method and 20% are bush trained. The vineyards have clay stone soils with some sandy areas. Grapes are crushed and chilled for several hours before temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel. A fresh, unoaked Viura with lifted floral and citrus notes on the nose. The palate has orchard fruits, ripe melon and zesty acidity on the finish.
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    200 hectares of estate vineyards near Alfaro provide the basis of the Artesa range and the best of these, at high altitude (500 to 600 metre), with mature vines and poor, stony soils, have been converted to organic production. Fermented in stainless steel. Matured for 3 - 6 months in new American oak barrels. Vibrant plum and cherry aromas combine with woody, herbal notes. The palate is complex with juicy bramble fruit, black pepper, and lifted, savoury characters.
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    Classic un-oaked white Rioja full of ripe, stone and tropical fruit.