DESCRIPTION Wine lovers can take a journey through the most important grapes of Spain through five denominations of origin. The box will include La Marimorena (Albariño variety and DO Rias Baixas), El Gordo del Circo (Verdejo grape and DO Rueda), The Invisible Man (Tempranillo, DO Rioja), Maquinon (Garnacha Negra, DOQ Priorat) and Macho Man Monastrell (DO Jumilla). An exciting journey that reflects the aroma of every origin, showing the great Spanish wine heritage.
-La Marimorena 2014 (Albariño): Pale yellow colour, with a beautiful shiny and greenish hue. Herbal aromas, scents of citrus, and clear notes of apple and pear. Fresh and fruity in the mouth, balanced acidity, round and structured.
-El Gordo del Circo 2014 (Verdejo): Straw colour with greenish hints, clean and bright. Expressive clean aroma of fresh fruit, with herbaceous undertones and tropical notes. Well-balanced on the palate, powerful with a fruity after taste and hints of aniseed.
-The Invisible Man 2013 (Tempranillo): Deep cherry colour with a violet rim denoting its youth. Good aromatic intensity of very ripe red-berry fruit, hints of fine pastries and well integrated with the nuances of the french barrels. Structured with soft, sweet tannins, and a general hint of toasted wood, this discreet and friendly wine accompanies all of these aromatic and taste sensations. Intense in the mouth and long in the finish you can taste the quality.
-Maquinon 2015 (Garnacha tinta): Intense cherry - pillory colour and violet highlights show the youth of this wine. In the nose, it shows the complex fruity aromas combined with notes of fresh marmalade. Mineral and fresh in the mouth with a sweet fruit bouquet.
-Macho Man Monastrell 2013: It comes in fresh and silky, leaves a sweet sensation of volume and tannins weave. All aromas in nose show are enhanced in the retro-nasal, leaving a weave of textures of grapes with balsamic and smoked shades in the end of mouth.