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Abel Mendoza

This is one of the smallest estates in Rioja. Abel cares about the vines, and his spouse Maite about the winemaking. A happy combination - this estate is one of the region's hidden jewels. Their whites and reds are equally outstanding. The estate is located in San Vincente de la Sonsierra, in Rioja Alta, on the border with Rioja Alavesa.

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Acústic Celler

No doubt that Acústic is THE success story of the DO Montsant. Although his first vintage was only 2004, he is already considered as one of the denomination's top producers. His trademark is pure, fruity wines with a marked Mediterranean character. To make them, he only uses grapes from old vines of Grenache and Carignan. Rightly so!

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Albet i Noya

One of Spain's greatest wine success stories. The pioneer of Spanish organic wines is now one of Catalonia's largest estate. Its range is perfectly balanced, with top cuvées and outstanding sparkling wines.

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Algueira

The work of a life time, that of Fernando Gonzalez, who started to recuperate old vines, almost abandoned, some 25 years ago. After rebuilding the walls that protect them from erosion, he started to make wine again with them. This heroic, extreme cultivation takes place on slopes up to 85%. Today, Fernando owns 16 hectares on the slopes, more than 40 blocks of vines, mainly planted with red varieties. Raúl Pérez transmitted to him his wine philosophy: wine is made in the vine, with a deep respect for the territory and its identity.

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Alión

Alión is one of Spain's greatest wines - a classic. This is the modern top estate of the owners of Vega Sicila (also in Ribera del Duero, some 10 kilometers away). Alion is a juicy and solid wine, with a great aging potential. Great wine indeed!

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Anima Negra

Anima Negra has revolutionized Mallorcan wines. This domain gave back its luster to the Callet grape, making wines both refined and full of mediterranean character out of it. The 100% Callet Son Megre, the label of which was made by artists Miquel Barcelo, is its flagship.

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Artiga Fustel

Artiga Fustel looks for old vineyards, mainly in Campo de Borja, and makes tailored wines of of them. This is the ideal product for the house wine.

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Artuke

Artuke is a small estate founded in 1991 by Miguel Blanco, joined some years later by his sons Arturo and Kike. Hence the name of the estate, which covers 22 ha, divided into 32 parcels, including some exceptional crus. The family played a crucial part in the Rioja 'n Roll movement born in the region some years ago. This movement groups young oenologists who work within the same philosophy - producing terroir wines the most natural way, respecting the environment and their iconic grape, Tempranillo, but also other ancient varieties often found in field-blend vines.

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Bodegas Artevino (Orben)

The new style Rioja, made from old vines. A personal project of the young and ambitious Lalo Anton.

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Bodegas Bentomiz

This small boutique winery makes some of the best wines of its denomination. Clara and André only use the best grapes of the steepest slopes of their mountainous region. Their sweet wines are exceptional, and the dry reds and whites are also superb.

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Bodegas La Horra (Roda)

A new top wine estate in Ribera del Duero. This small scale project was built around some old vines by Roda team, of Riojan fame. The quality requirements are as high as in Rioja.

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Bodegas Licinia

Located in the South of the Madrid DO, this boutique winery produces only one wine: the Licinia, which is the flagship of its denomination. The estate is state of the art in terms of vine research & development.

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Bodegas Roda

Roda is one of the star estates in the Rioja; it embodies the renaissance of this famous wine region.

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Buil i Giné

Priorat-born Xavi Buil has seen all the developments in the region's wine sector. Today, he is one of the pioneers of the outstanding price-relation Priorats. His cuvée Giné Giné is one of the finest examples of a young Priorat.

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Castro Ventosa

Castro Ventosa is one of El Bierzo's oldest estates. It is the family estate of the famous oenologist Raul Pérez. Its wines are superb from the entry level to the top cuvée Valtuille. The very best of the Mencia grape.

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Celler Bàrbara Forés

Pioneers of Terra Alta, a small denomination of the Catalonian hinterland, South of the Ebro river. Mari-Carme Ferrer gave a new life to White Grenache and Red Morenillo. Terra Alta at its best.

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Celler del Roure

Celler del Roure is nothing short of the pioneer of quality wine in the DO Valencia. Until recently, Valencia was only known for its cheap bulk wines, but it is now blossoming into one of Spain most interesting wine regions. Thanks to the estate, which rehabilitated long-forgotten local grapes like the red Mando and the white Verdil, and also rediscovered the use of amphoras.

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Celler Joan d'Anguera

Two pioneers of the DO Montsant. Brothers Josep and Joan took the helm of the winery in 2012 and turned to biodynamics. Their wines are now lighter and more elegant.

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Celler Nin Ortiz

One of the smallest estates in Priorat. Ester Nin is the oenologist of Clos Erasmus. She founded her own estate with husband Carles. They make very elegant and pure Priorat wines, with a minimum of sulphur.

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Cellers Augustus-Forum

Pioneers of the Penedès. Famous for their Chardonnay - one of Spain's very best. But their excellent vinegar is now more than half of their turnover.

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Cérvoles

A top level development by the owners of Castell del Remei, the Cusiné family, in the DO Costers del Segre. The wines are more Mediterranean than those of the Castel del Remei.

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Clos de l'Obac

Costers del Siurana is one of the founders of the New Priorat Wine. The estate is famous for its Miserere and Clos de l'Obac, two elegant and very mineral wines, which rapidly placed it at the top of the DO.

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Comando G

Comando G is one of Spain's most prominent wine projects today. It has brought a real revolution to the wines of Sierra de Gredos.

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Daniel Landi Viticultor

Daniel Landi is one of the leaders of the new generation of Spanish oenologists. Thanks to him, Grenache has gained two new descriptors; finesse and elegance. But he has also put Sierra de Gredos, his region, back on the Spanish wine map - and how, even if it is still divided between several denominations (Madrid, Méntrida and Tierra de Castilla). Daniel works with a total respect for the terroir. All his vines are farmed biodynamically. The are the epitome of purity and lightness. For the lovers of great Burgundy-style wines...

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Descendientes de J. Palacios

One grape: Mencia. One terroir: El Bierzo. One winemaker: Ricardo Pérez Palacios. The result is outstanding wines that speak of their origin. With Raul Perez, Ricardo realised the importance of his parcels' identity. They were the driving force behind the new regulations in the Bierzo appellation.

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Dominio de Pingus

Tinto fino in majesty, thanks to a Danish oenologist, Peter Sisseck

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Elias Mora

Robust Tinta de Toro with a woman's touch.

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Enric Soler

A very small project by Enric Soler, a very enthusiastic professor in Oenology in Barcelona. Old Xarello grapes and biodynamics result here in one of Catalonia's very best whites: NUN.

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Envínate

Behind the name Envinate are four friends from various wine regions of Spain who met while studying at the Faculty of Oenology in Alicante. Their preference for fresh and drinkable wines from old local varieties make them close, and so they decided to create a common project - the name meaning something like "let you be wined". This project grew in parallel with the activities of consultancy of the four members at different estates. Envinate has been a prominent factor for change in the regions where is it active - those the four members are from, to wit, Tenerife, Murcia, Ribeira Sacra ...

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Finca Villacreces

The superb estate of the Anton family in Ribera del Duero is located on the blanks of the Douro river (on the North side), and borders with the Vega Sicilia Estate (on the West side).

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Forjas del Salnés

This is one of the smallest estates in Rias Baixas, but well known from the connoisseurs. Since 2005, the current generation, with Rodri at the helm, has been making super whites but also great reds with a typical Atlantic and Galician accent. Organic cultivation and vinification, minimal intervention. Definitely not wines for beginners.

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Gramona

The top of sparkling wines.

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Gutiérrez Colosía

Great almacenista sherries

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Hermanos Pérez Pascuas

Bodeguero del anyo 2017! This is one of Ribera’s great classics, but also a real family business.

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Jané Ventura

Great terroir-wines from Baix Penedès

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Javi Revert Viticultor

Javi Revert is a young oenologist who works with Pablo Calatayud at Celler del Roure, in Valencia. In 2014, the founded his own estate, inspired by the vineyards planted with local varieties by his grandfather and great-grandfather. All his parcels are located around his native village of La Font de la Figuera (Terres dels Alforins, in the province of Valence); they are high-altitude old vines (700-800 m above sea level) planted in field blend, between olive groves, almond trees and woods. A project which brings him back to his family roots.

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Javier Sanz Viticultor

Rueda wines with character.

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Jiménez-Landi

Long live Grenache!

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José Pariente

This award-winning estate has been inspiring many winemakers in Rueda

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La Vizcaina (Raúl Pérez)

Another small project of Raúl Pérez, an enologist and a globe-trotter, with his nephew Cesar Marquez. Their ambition is to produce terroir wines in the respect of the local traditions of Valtuille de Abajo.

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Máquina & Tabla

The general concept of the winery is the struggle between nature and human. Nature is wild and free and after beautiful cycles it always tends to death. The land, the grapes growing, the fermentation of the must and then the ageing are marked by human intervention at the right moment and in the most gentle way to get the best of it and finally have a wine with the expression of the land, the grapes and the human… Màquina means Machine – the human, and tabla means piece of wood – nature. Human interventions mark nature.

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Marqués de Valdueza

The wine-jewel of the Family Alvarez de Toledo, near Mérida.

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Mas de les Pereres

When a Belgian falls in love with the Priorat terroir wines.

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Mas d'en Gil

One of the largest - and best - estates in Priorat.

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Muchada-Léclapart

When a "cult" winemaker from Champagne, David Léclapart, enters in a partnership with an Andalusian winemaker, Alejandro Muchada, who thinks out of the box, the result is sheer magic. They produce dry white wines out of the Palomino grape, the traditional variety for Sherry - somewhat neglected for other types of wine. Even us, we have been swept off our feet when we tasted their wines for the first time. They showed a quality and a complexity that we were not expecting. Original, very Atlantic in style, and very mineral too.

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Mustiguillo

Mustiguillo was instrumental in the revival of the Bobal and Merseguera grapes in the Levante region. The only estate in its area since 2003, it joined the Vinos de Pago association in 2010. Toni Sarrión is now the president of the “Grandes Pagos de España” federation.

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Oremus-Vega Sicilia

Oremus is Tempos-Vega Sicilia's estate in Tokaj, a region which has been renowned for centuries for its unique sweet wines. But Oremus has generated a new interest for the region dry whites made from the Furmint grape.

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Pazo de Señorans

One the nicest estates in the DO Rias Baixas, and one of the best Albariño wines, Pazo de Señorans was instrumental in founding the DO Rias Baixas. Here, the quality level is very high indeed.

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Pintia

The Toro-winery of the Alvarez Family, of Vega Sicilia fame. As is the case with the other sites of the family, everything is done to produce terroirs wines from the region's tempranillo.

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Prieto Pariente

This is the estate of Ignacio and Martina Pariente, son and daughter of Marivi Pariente, from the renowned José Pariente estate in Rueda, which produces one of Spain's most popular and famous white wine. Martina and Ignacio wanted to give a new lease of life to old, forgotten parcels in Castilla-Leon, in red and in white. After years of exploration, that have assembled a nice portfolio of tiny old parcels of vines which produce very expressive wines.

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Priorat Natur

Priorat Natur, S.L. is born out of a wish: the wish to pass on the traditions and way of life of the Priorat, its crops and delicacies. Everything started in 1996, during a family dinner. On the table were the olives, the home-made almonds and jams that are part of the region's heritage but that were in danger of disappearing with the competition of industrial products. People at Priorat Natur firmly believe in passing on this gastronomic heritage, from generation to generation, even amongst the younger generation.

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Rafael Palacios

In less than 10 years, Rafael Palacios has become THE reference for great white wines in Spain and his influence has been huge. Today, Godello is one of the most popular Spanish grapes and all the famous oenologists in Spain make wine in Valdeorras.

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Raúl Perez

Mencia wines from sandy soils, by Raúl Pérez.

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Remírez de Ganuza

Great wines are made in the vineyard - in Rioja too.

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Roura

Roura is one of the few wineries still active in the Maresme, between Badalona and Lloret de Mar, North of Barcelona. It is a cava region, renowned for its particular soil of granite and other elements (the saulo), ensuring a perfect drainage for the vines.

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Ruberte

The perfect example of a family estate, with a lot of different parcels of family-owned old vines. Only part of the wines made here are bottled on the estate, most of the grapes and part of the wines being sold in bulk to other wineries. The flagship of the estate's wines is the Ermita de San Lorenzo blend.

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Solar de Urbezo

Solar de Urbezo illustrates perfectly the renewal of this part of Aragon. At the instigation of Santiago Gracia, this region has been revived and modernised. The estate has been organic for some years.

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Teófilo Reyes

Téofilo Reyes is the living memory of the Ribera del Duero; he is the man who shaped this denomination. His wines combine a velvety feel, crispy fruit and a long ageing potential. Unique in the region. Téofilo died in 2016 and the estate was bought by a Rioja wine family.

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Terroir al Limit

Terroir al Limit means wines that express their origin to the max. Located in Torroja, this biodynamic estate makes unique wines, mainly out of Carignan.

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The Sadie Family Wines

After having worked for several years in the Priorat and having founded Terroir al Limit there, Eben Sadie returned to his South African roots. As he said himself: "Winemakers have to make wine in the region where they were born. This is where they know best the terroir".

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Toro Albalá

Time in a bottle

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Torre de Barreda

The good Cencibel from the Toledo hills.

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Vall Llach

Singer and wine producer.

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Vega Sicilia

Spain’s most celebrated wine estate.

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Verónica Ortega

Verónica Ortega was raised in Cádiz, Andalusia. After finishing her studies, se traveled all around the world and made wine for some of the greatest names on the wine planet. She is a proud pupil of Raúl Pérez, who passed to her his love of the Mencía grape. Since 2012, she has been running her own, very small estate, also in Valtuille de Abajo.

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Viñatigo

Old Canary cultivars revisited by a family company equipped with state of the art technology.

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