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Introducing the Wines of Bodegas Muga

If you know anything about Rioja, the chances are good that you’ve at least heard of Muga. If you don’t know anything about Rioja, getting to know the wines of Muga will quickly get you up to speed! Bodegas Muga Bodegas Muga is a historic wine producer based in Haro, in the Rioja Alta region […]

Vinos Valtuille, a fresh wind from the Atlantic

In the heart of El Bierzo, in the village Valtuille de Abajo, is located this small, family winery, founded in 1999 by Dimas García with the help of the whole family. Currently, it is in fact his son Marcos, who leads this small company, but with a clear direction: do a good job, lot of […]

Bodegas Ramón Bilbao or the passion for a well done job

Ramón Bilbao is one of the oldest wineries in the Rioja. The bodega was officially founded in 1924 by Ramón Bilbao Murga, although he sold wine since 1896, in the small wine village of Haro, which is a reference of the Rioja Alta. Since then, the winery has always been owned by the family. In […]

Macán, the wines of Rothschild and Vega Sicilia

When two of the big families from the wine world come together (Benjamin Rotschild and Vega Sicilia), then the result is the Macán. This word is like the people of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, because the inhabitants of this wine village are called (Macanes). In fact the Macán is a tool that was used […]

Do you know the wines of the Bodega Pago de los Capellanes?

The bodega Pago de los Capellanes is located in Pedrosa del Duero (Burgos), and belongs to the denomination of origin Ribera del Duero. This bodega, owned by the family Rodero Villa, produces one of the most outstanding wines from this prestigious region, wherein the wine “Crianza” is particularly attractive due to its excellent value for […]

Forvm Vinegar: four fabulous acetic

Originated more than 5000 years ago in the Orient, it was the Romans and Greeks, who gave the vinegar culinary use. Its name comes from the Latin (vinum acre – sour wine), because the vinegar was then made with sour wine. Nowadays vinegars are made from different ingredients (among other things, from Cava, apple or […]

Castell d’Encus: The elegance of a high-altitude Bodega

The winery Castell d’Encus, owned by Raul Bobet, covers 23 hectares in the middle of the Catalan Pyrenees, in the province of Lleida. The vineyards are situated at an altitude between 800 and 1000 meters, and are thus the most elevated vineyards in Spain. Looking for an area that allows him to preserve traditional methods, […]

Discover the Wines from Sumarroca

Because we do enjoy trying and tasting new things, expand the grape verieties, enjoy new vinification methods, terroirs and new wineries, to surprise our customers and ourselfs, we have a many new entries in our cathalog for the month of March. Among them, there is one standing above the rest, the wines from Bodega Sumarroca. […]