Terra Alta means 'high land' in Catalan, so it's no surprise that the mountainous region is famed for its elegant high-altitude wines.
With fruit taken from acclaimed Caneros and Monterey County, it's all about juicy red fruit (think cranberries, cherries, and raspberries), and delicate hints of cedar, smoke, and bay leaf.
hether you're looking to add a luxurious flourish to winter feasts or tuck away for festive gatherings, you won't want to miss this rare treat.
Hurry! When it's gone, it's gone - wigig. Rich, smooth and completely in balance we have a limited number of these stunning bottles available so snap them up while you can.
A rich, well balanced example of the Aussie classic. Lush black fruits coupled with touches of woodspice, liquorice and cassis follow through to a rich velvety finish.
Aged in both French and American oak, it's a structured concoction of ripe red berries, toasted oak, rich vanilla, mocha and black pepper
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.