Palo Blanco Valle de la Orotava Listan Blanco 2017

Pretty deep gold , touch of amber . Quite mineral and seashell , gunpowder tinged nose , with apple , touch of apricot and grassy notes . On the palate quite intense and strict acidity , yellow stone fruits , herbal , saline , marine notes . Quite good length and refreshing finish . Good to drink now and over the next 5 years . Quite unique and interesting white this — 22 days ago

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Táganan Vinos Atlánticos White Blend 2020

Mineral, smoky, salty, acidic, nutty, malty.
Definately not for everyone…
Would be great with tapas, olives, sardines and almonds.
— 2 months ago

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Lousas Parcela Seoane Mencía 2019

Baby’s 1st parcela unica and gotta say, it delivered! I like the Envinate Lousas wines—they’re always pretty good but usually a bit green and not profundo imo. This one started that way but as it opened, the high acid rolled off to reveal an extremely terroir driven wine, ripping w tension and minerality. The Lousas mencias usually give fancy n rhone vibes to me (i.e. entry level jamet), but Seoane had more of a juicy mineral burg thing going on (think Irancy) than a meaty rock thing. The bride observed wisely that this wine tasted very mineral and oceanic, but more like a seaside cliff than a briny beach. — 2 months ago

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Táganan Vinos Atlánticos Red Blend 2017

Quite light ruby garnet with wide watery garnet rim . Quite herbal at first with degraded red fruit and with a spicy , old wood note . Quite light on the palate strawberry fruit , herbal tinges , degraded fruits . Ok finish , light tannins . Would drink this over the next couple of years. Quite interesting and refreshing. — 22 days ago

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Lousas Viñas de Aldea Mencía 2019

The last and probably the best bottle from a lot of four purchased from our local importer. There was quite a bit of bottle variation in our Malaysian importer’s 19’ Envinate release - the Migan’s and Palo Blanco’s were quite the rollercoaster ride - but the Vinas de Aldea seemed to have gotten the good side of the container. Like the last bottle, this was full of floral elegance and tangy energy. Super complex aromas of violets, ripe cherries, sweet herbs, pepper, and a touch of coffee and flint. All finesse on the palate, but has depth too. Sweet red fruits, bittersweet herbs, umeshu, and an absolutely lovely, Mosel-esque slatey minerality; finishing sharp with grippy, chalky tannins. For me it was firmly in that red kabinett territory, and downright perfect with our fatty Angus picanha. Loved it! — a month ago

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Emilio Ramirez Envinate

Benje Tenerife Tinto 2021

Lovely light red wine that tastes like Gamay. Perfect for a Summer picnic. Drink slightly chilled. Nice cranberry flavor with a fruity finish. — 3 months ago

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Lousas Vinas de Aldea Vinos Atlanticos Red Blend 2017

Medium deep ruby garnet with reasonably wide garnet rim . Quite aromática with spiced dark cherry , wild strawberry , cacau touches , fresh herbs also . On the palate quite ripe cherry fruit , with quite refreshing acidity , slightly chewy tannins with a bitter touch on the ok finish . Drink now and over the next 3-5 years — 22 days ago

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Táganan Parcela Margalagua Red Blend

Lost in sea of better wines — 20 days ago


Albahra Garnacha Tintorera 2018

A definite funk and red fruits on the nose, light on the palate but with earthy tannins and a lot of good fruits. Very nice with a light chill on it, paired with a charcuterie board and Concerts on the Square! — 4 months ago

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