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Xenysel, Monastrell 2014

Xenysel, Monastrell 2014 A powerful wine: peppery, smoky, focussed nose, plump palate, rich, succulent; really appealing and beautifully balanced. A rich and quite delicious red but needs some time to…

Points 92
Taste the Difference, Godello, Bierzo 2015

Grown in the slate and clay soils of Bierzo, this wine is all about complexity and structure. A lovely aroma of ripe citrus and tropical fruits with almond and herbal…

Points 90
Lagar de Cervera, Albariño 2015

This winery, owned by La Rioja Alta, produces some of the best Albariño in the region. Using less malo than the 2014 allows the classic mineral character to shine, alongside…

Points 92
Peter Sisseck, Psi 2011

Peter Sisseck is best known for making Pingus, Spain's most expensive wine. Luckily Psi is a bit more affordable, but it still manages to capture the essence of Ribera del…

Points 91
La Purisima, Monastrell 2015

Founded in 1946 by several farmers who created a small co-operative with the aim of improving the quality of the wine from the area...

Points 91
CVNE, Contino

CVNE, Contino, Rioja 1995 Still very much in its prime with good depth of colour and an inviting nose of red fruits, smoke and espresso. On the palate, this has…

Points 94
Viña Pomal, Gran Reserva, Rioja

Viña Pomal, Gran Reserva, Rioja 1985 The colour is certainly pale and interesting on this beguiling Tempranillo based wine with a supporting cast of Graciano and Garnacha. There’s also a…

Points 92
Viña Pomal, Gran Reserva, Rioja

Viña Pomal, Gran Reserva, Rioja 1978 Certainly mature on the nose with intense aromas of coffee and cured leather. On the palate, this is dry and still very fresh with…

Points 91
Marqués de Riscal, Reserva, Rioja 1964

Marqués de Riscal, Reserva, Rioja 1964 Without question, this was one of the great vintages of the 20th century in Rioja. Moreover, this is possibly the wine of that extraordinary…

Points 95
Maestro Sierra, Pedro Ximénez NV

Smell the raisins! This is the very essence of sun-dried raisins, ripe and unctuous, and simply lovely. It is a silky, fairly fresh PX, which avoids the bitterness of some…

Points 95
Maestro Sierra, Oloroso NV

The former Almacenista - supplier to other bodegas - works in a remarkable old bodega. From there they produce this great value Oloroso, offering an alluring roasted butterscotch aroma, and…

Points 94