Spanish Red wines for Autumn

Temperatures drop, days get dark sooner, the leaves of the trees change its colour and fall getting ready for the winter. Red wines star again at our tables to join us on a celebration, party or relax moment that we find in our hectic lifes.


For those moments when you want to please yourself and get away from routine.

Take note of these three red delicious Spanish wines that we recommend you:

Admiración. Signature Wine. 2011. D.O. Ribera del Duero. Tempranillo. Special Selection.

In the nose attacks with nuts, shrub, vine, glue, riverbank, toasted bread, black fruits and balsamic notes.

In the palate is smooth, fresh, well balanced, vanilla and black fruits notes. Original and nice. Long life and great quality wine.


Collita 2009. D.O.Q. Priorat. Garnacha, Syrah. 6 months in oak barrels.

Fruity, Wood and perfect aromas in the nose with blackberry, nuts and coffee caramel notes.

In the palate is smooth, full bodied, with a polished and present, tasty. For filling gastronomy. Round and tasty.


Lindaraja Roble 2013. D.O.P. Vino de calidad de Granada. Tempranillo, Syrah.

Intense red fruits and vanilla notes in the nose, with all the personality of Tempranillo grape. Nuts and very fruity notes. Also licorice, balsamics and blackberry.

In the palate is smooth, fruity, fresh, well balanced, with a polished and present tannin. Fruity and long aftertaste. Well elaborated, easy to drink and very suitable for sharing and chatting with friends/family.  Smooth but full bodied wine.

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What other red wines would you recommend us? Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

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