Spain

2017 Volver ‘Madame Bobalu’ Bobal, Valencia, Spain

$10.99

Rafael Cañizares founded Volver in 2004 with the goal of reviving indigenous Spanish grapes and old vineyards. In August we brought you “Wrongo Dongo” Monastrell, with its memorable mustachioed character on the front label. This month we are featuring Mr. Dongo’s sidekick Madame Bobalu.

Hoya de Cadenas Organic Brut Cava, Valencia, Spain

$10.99

Vicente Gandia is a century-old winery founded in Valencia in 1885 and now managed by the 4th generation of the family Gandia. The winery remains faithful to its founding values, contributes to the progress and welfare of society and is committed to quality and innovation without forgetting the wine tradition of their ancestors.

2019 Rio Madre Rosado, Rioja, Spain

2019 Rio Madre Rosado, Rioja, Spain
$12.99

Located in the heart of Rioja Baja in the town of Alfaro, Bodegas Ilurce is owned and operated by the fourth generation of the Escudero family.

2016 Mas de Berceo Graciano, Navarra, Spain

$13.99

Bodegas Berceo is named after Gonzalo de Berceo. He was a monk and a poet in the XIII century, who used to live in Suso Monastery (La Rioja). Gonzalo is best known as the father of the Spanish language for having written during a time when Latin was the language of texts and poetry, and Arabic and Basque the spoken languages of the area. This is why all the labels of the brands Bodegas Berceo are illustrated with the picture of Suso Monastery.

2018 Dominio De Eguren Protocolo Tempranillo, Vino de la Tierra Castilla

$9.99

Dominio de Eguren was founded by brother Marcos and Miguel Eguren, Marcos serving as the winemaker and Miguel as the general manager. While they have substantial vineyard holdings in the Castilla region, the goal for this project is to use their relationships with other growers in the area to produce wines of high quality at affordable prices.

2018 Onice Rioja, Spain

2018 Onice Rioja, Spain
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Onice Rioja comes from the Eguren Ugarte winery in Rioja, Spain. Eguren Ugarte is one of the oldest family-owned wineries in the region with some of the oldest vineyards in Europe. Perhaps best known for its unusual tower (what can best be described as a giant tiki torch), the winery also serves as a tourist destination offering hotel accommodations and a restaurant in addition to the sizable winemaking facility. The Onice comes from their “young” series of wines.

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