In the US market, Cava is synonym of cheap sparkling wine from Spain for most of the consumers. I’ve even been told, “I would never pay over $20 for a Cava”. There has been a long debate about how top quality Cavas and other sparkling wines could be represented with justice. Some wineries even decided Read more about Not every Spanish sparkling is cheap Cava[…]
Check this Wine Spectator article talking about Resveratrol. Why is it relevant to us? Did you know that BOBAL grape was found to be one of the grapes with higher Resveratrol concentration? Great taste, fantastic value and slower aging in muscles and neurons. Can’t get better!
Bobal grape is growing their awareness and popularity. I’m sure in some years it will go from “geeky grape nobody heard of” to have their space and recognition in the wine industry. In this article, they feature two of our wines:
Pago Casa Gran is a family owned winery that produces estate wines made with organic grapes. The wine tradition of the family comes from 1960s but this renewed project started in 2006. They built a new building with brand new equipment so they have all what is necessary to produce high quality wines. Their fields Read more about Pago Casa Gran, Organic Wines by Philosophy[…]
Lots of lines have been written about the expertise and the influence of Tomás in the appellation Ribera del Duero D.O. but are his wines the ones that speak out for him loud and clear. From 1988 to 2008 he created and managed Pago de Carraovejas, introducing the gravity fed technique in Spain. This technique allows Read more about Tomás Postigo, the Pioneer Winemaker[…]
After months of preparation, help from several friends, and the support of our families we’re ready to take a crucial step in our venture. Our bottles of wine are in California waiting to be opened, tasted, and enjoyed. In the following posts we’ll be introducing the wineries we’ve partnered with and the wines we carry. Read more about Start your engines…[…]