The wines we offer from the Iberian peninsula are the product of partnerships with traditional family businesses in these wine-growing hotbeds. Like the Ramón Bilbao winery, for example, founded in 1924 in the heart of the Rioja region and offering a wonderful range of fruity and expressive red wines. Ramón Bilbao was included in the list of the ’50 most admired wine brands in the world’ for the fourth time consecutively in 2022. The house also produces fresh and fruity white wines based on Verdejo and Albariño in the Rueda and Rías Baixas wine-growing regions.
The Ramón Bilbao vineyard was established in 1924 in the heart of the Spanish Rioja region and has always been known for its pioneering spirit. Ramón Bilbao wines are fruity and expressive. Their perfect balance and sublime elegance make them very appealing. Rioja wines – where history meets modernity.
their perfect balance and sublime elegance make them very appealing. Rioja wines – where history meets modernity.
Sergio Ávila, the oenologist at Cruz de Alba, is a true analyst. He knows his terroir like the back of his hand, and over the years has managed to develop his own unique Ribera del Duero style. His biodynamic wines are modern, resplendent in their intense fruit, delicate wood aromas and sheer energy.
A high-altitude region with a continental climate, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. With its spectacular wine cellar, the Lalomba Winery is an architecturally stunning landmark.
Propiedad de Arínzano is located in northern Spain, between Rioja and the French Bordeaux region. The story of the estate dates back to the 11th century. In 2007, the vineyard was the first in the north of the country to be awarded the status of a Vino de Pago, Spain's highest standard of quality.
The Mar de Frades winery in the Rias Baixas region in northern Spain has dedicated itself wholeheartedly to the Albarino grape variety. Great passion and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the premium-quality Galician wines produced from this grape variety. Winemaker Paula Fandiño probably understands the grape variety better than most in the region.
The mother of the current owners inherited the small vineyards in the Binissalem region as a young girl from relatives. Since 2007, the family has been continuing their mother's legacy, respecting the unique terroir, maintaining the tradition of winemaking and preserving the local, autochthonous grape varieties.
A deep orange shimmering Negroni, a summery fresh Mojito, a classic Gin and Tonic or perhaps a Sprizz with sparkling Prosecco and grapefruit? Many of our first-class products can be enjoyed as cocktails or long drinks. Let our recipes inspire you.
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