Spanish wine’s best kept secret? The south east corner of Spain will be familiar to holiday makers but how well do you know the wines from this region? The quiet revolution that is transforming Spanish wine is especially evident here. A new generation of winemaker nurturing abandoned vineyards in hidden corners of rural Spain. Their purpose? To bring to life the diversity of Spanish terroirs. Often working with little known, almost forgotten native grape varieties they are restoring old vines. Ecologically aware, these young winemakers are committed to a vision of low intervention wine making.
In this four week online course we explore the Spanish Levante to bring you rewarding new discoveries. The case of eight wines is being provided by specialist Spanish importer Ultracomida and costs £146.60.
Sant Pere Blanco Vinyes Velles (Pedro Ximenez, Macabeo & Malvasía) - £11.95
Beberas de la Copa de tu Hermana (Malvasía, Macabeo, Monastrell) -
Pepe Mendoza Casa Agricola Blanco (Airén, Macabeo, Moscatel de Alejandría) - £15.95
La Mujer Caballo Orange (Valenci) - £28.95
Volver (Tempranillo and Graciano) - £13.95
Bruno Murciano Cambio de Tercio (organic) (Bobal) - £15.95
Maduresa (Mando, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Garnacha Tintorera, Monastrell, Cabernet) - £23.95
Seleccion 1860 Tinto (Garnacha Tintotera) - £19.95
Join us on Thursday 1st June to explore this overlooked corner of Spain.
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