Pack Vuelta a España by Robert Parker.
The pack of Spanish red wines rated by the critic Robert Parker arrives at Campoluz. Six wines with scores above 90 points from all over Spain, different appellations and different grape varieties.
A way to discover new flavours and enjoy in equal parts.
Magnificent six-pack made up of some of the best red wines on the market:
- Guímaro Finca Meixeman is a red wine from D.O. Ribeira Sacra made by Adegas Guímaro with Mencía, Brancellao, Merenzao, Garnacha, Mouratón, Negreda and Souson. Elegant, expressive and Atlantic, this red wine comes from the family's main vineyard. Aged for 12 months in tanks for 2 months and 3 months in the bottle.
- Gallinas y Focas is a wine with a high human content, fruit of the collaboration between amadip esment and 4kilos Vinícola. Gallinas & Focas is the result of a brainstorming carried out by members of amadip.esment to name the wine.
- Roda Sela is a wine with strength, youthful, with many things to tell but with the fresh voice of youth. From sustainable vineyards. Ready to drink when it is released on the market with a shorter ageing period than its older brothers and with a good ageing capacity. A very attractive wine for young people who are beginning to experience the passion of the world of wine.
- El Sequé is a red wine from the D.O. Alicante produced by Bodegas y Viñedos Artadi. A powerful, balsamic, ripe, unctuous and fleshy wine, fulfilling the hallmarks of the wines made from the Monastrell variety from the old vineyards located in El Sequé.
- Pissarres is made from the oldest Garnacha and Cariñena vines with an average age of 70 years from the Costers del Priorat winery, with a small proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon vines, all with very low yields and planted on terraces of licorella slate, which gives it its special mineral taste.
- Hacienda Solano Viñas Viejas is a red wine of the D.O.C Ribera del Duero made 100% with Tinta del Pais by Bodega Hacienda Solano. This is a small family winery where all the production comes exclusively from their own vineyards. The majority of the plots were planted more than 100 years ago, in many cases with no mechanisation options, so the basic tasks are still carried out by hand.