Viñas De Garza


Primeras Viñas Malbec

A slightly richer, fruitier style of high altitude Malbec (hot vintage?) with ripe plum & dark cherry, elegantly integrated wood aging. This is supple yet elegant, smooth and with good depth. Quite sophisticated and yet so delicious. A true crowd pleaser and with very good reason! — a month ago

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Viñas de Gain Rioja Viura 2019

Pear and citrus. Viura 100%. Sees a tiny bit of oak. Neutral palate; only citrus. High acid. Will age for 50+ yrs. Ultra fresh. — 6 months ago

Viñas del Vero

Reserva Gran Vos Somontano Red Blend 2014

No se si el tiempo no le ha sentado bien o yo he cambiado los gustos pero lo encuentro mas corto y menos equilibrado. — 8 months ago

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Ana María

Yo le doy un 8,8. Algo amargo y bastante corto

Dominio del Aguila

Pícaro del Águila Viñas Viejas Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2018

I really love this wine, biological.. smooth and with a great persistent. It is not too much alcoholic even if it is 14°. — 2 months ago

Baron de Ley

Blanco Reserva Tres Viñas Rioja Viura Blend 2016

I’ve had three bottles of this in the cellar for the last few years and, for no particular reason, haven’t touched them. Tonight I thought I’d pull the cork on one to enjoy with Manchego and Serrano ham, as an appetiser ahead of some Spanish cuisine at home tonight. I can’t recall where I bought these, but they weren’t expensive - and this wine certainly overdelivers for the price. It has a classical, fresh bouquet of blanched almonds, nectarines, and clementines. The palate is medium bodied, juicy, saline and fresher still, with a hint of orange bitters on the finish. Enjoyable stuff! — 4 months ago

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Viñas de Gain Rioja Tempranillo 2020

Full boar. Bold and tannic. Wild — 6 months ago


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! — 4 months ago

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Hazaña Viñas Viejas

Rioja Tempranillo 2014

Blind dinner, open theme, mid-week at The Elm in Great Barrington MA. — 8 months ago

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