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They say each bottle has a story. Some believe that “story” is what you make of it after the bottle is open. Others prefer to turn the pages of the bottle’s journey as seed and soil. A vintage wine is one made from grapes grown and harvested in a single year. In the careful science of winemaking, flavour and output varies from year to year, and can make or break the wine in many Old World climates. For many wine lovers, this exploration of vintages is a time capsule of unique flavours and serendipitous growing conditions. Our wine experts did their research to source wines from classic vintages, and also utterly unique vintages that might surprise you. Most of these wines are designed to age, so feel free to hold onto that 2016 while you sip that 2001.
90% Tempranillo, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Mazuelo & Graciano. Aromas of fruit and jam, perfectly balanced with wood. Intence on the palate, tasty with character. Long persistent finish. Covering the palate with great weight and nuances. Aged 16 months in French and American oak.
Pairing: Tapas, charcuterie, dry cheese. Can also be paired with heavier meals like stew
When to drink: Drink now or within 5-7 years
90% Tempranillo, 5% Experimental variety, 5% Mazuelo & Graciano. Aromas of black fruits like blueberries, blackberry and black prune. Spicy notes of cinnamon, clove and black pepper. Fine tannins, good balance of acidity and structure. Long persistent finish with balsamic after nose. Aged 20 months in French oak.
Pairing: Beef stew, red meats and strong, dry cheese. Also a great match with salmon.
When to drink: Drink now. This wine is 17 years old and aged to perfection.
Expérience: Wines for Entertaining
Expérience: Taste the World