Ribera wine commands some of the heftiest prices in Spain. Finca Carelio was initially classified as Ribera del Duero DO wine priced at £15. But we added Castilian grapes to pump up the juiciness.
A lively and juicy representation of this variety, with a soft and supple texture, bright brambly fruit and subtle notes of spice and tobacco leaf, and a hint of vanilla from 6 months in French oak.
Inky, pumping with black fruits and deliciously silky, Nero D'avola's Sicily's answer to Malbec. You're in for buckets of fruit.
Juicy, full bodied and velvety the Villa Belinda is intensely flavoured with blackcurrant and plum to the fore. Long and lush the wine finishes with delightful notes of black pepper and herbs.
In classic Cabernet character, this alcohol-free LEH release is brimming with rich, dark cherry flavours. Ripples of cassis and cocoa emerge through the palate for a complex, food-loving treat.
Aged for a huge 18 months, the Nero Oro Riserva is stuffed with damson, blackcurrant, candied fig and a toasted oakiness.
Deep and inky red in colour, the wine is crammed with black cherry fruit, lifted by subtle vanilla aromas from a touch of oak ageing. Bold, meaty tannins provide satisfying texture and length.