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Equua 2009

Equua is a blend of two varieties- 80% Grenache, harvested from over 50 year old vines, and 20% Petite Sirah which is bold and vibrant, aged seven months in new white oak barrels.

Case of 12 ( 750 ml ) $242.61
or $ 20.22 per bottle

 

Reserva De Familia 2010

A blend of four varieties: 56% Cabernet, 24% Grenache, 15% Petite Syrah, and 5% Merlot. A very elegant wine, aged twelve months in new French oak barrels

Case of 12 ( 750 ml ) $ 343.70
or $ 28.64 per bottle

El Grenache 2011

Origin: Valle de Guadalupe

Blend: 100% Grenache.

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in stainless steel tank

Ageing: 12 months in french oak barrels

Tasting notes: El Grenache is an expression of love and longevity, perseverance to land that is a noble and humble.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $242.61
or $20.22 per bottle

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2kmh 2012

REGION: Valle de Guadalupe and San Vicente Valley

GRAPE VARIETY: 70 % Tempranillo , 30 % Grenache
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Aging: without barrel aging .
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 5 years
Appearance: Good intensity of color, tone red plum, violet hues denoting youth, good brightness and high density.
Nose: Strong, complex and interesting , showing notes of fruit , cherries , plums, spices and lightly floral notes of violet.
The Taste: Good attack, dry taste , pleasant acidity , soft tannins , good stay , easy to take.

Case of 12 ( 750 ml ) $252.72
or $ 21.06 per bottle

 

Amado IV 2008

REGION: Valle de Guadalupe

GRAPE VARIETY: Cabernet , Merlot , Tempranillo, Zinfandel
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Aging: from 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels .
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 10 years
Appearance: Extremely bright , red plum, tile shades denoting maturity. Clean, bright and intensive.
Nose: Great aromatic intensity , elegant complex , highly integrated fruit with wood. Fruity cherry , plum , currants and hints of blackberries shown . The wood is well integrated with fruit and hints of spices like pepper .
The Taste: Intense expression of flavor, good harmony, very firm tannins that leave a light touch a little bitter and astringent , very balanced between fruit and oak aftertaste. long permanence, dry taste , great body.

Case of 12 ( 750 ml ) $ 545.88
or $ 45.49 per bottle

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Vinas de Garza Chardonay 2013

REGION: San Vicente Valley

GRAPE VARIETY: Chardonnay
Fermentation Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at strictly controlled temperature to preserve its aromatic components.
Aging: 8 months 20 % new French oak barrels at controlled temperature 10 Celsius.
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 5 years
Appearance: straw yellow wine , greenish hues denoting youth. Clean, bright and good density .
Nose: Very fine , elegant and high quality Aroma . Upholds the fruitiness, apple, pineapple and orange flower. Stands out for its balance , harmony and finesse.
The Taste: : Shown with good intensity, rich acidity , long stay , dry taste, good balance and aftertaste confirms the fruitiness and floral notes.

Case of 12 ( 750ml ) $ 333.59
or $ 27.80 per bottle

 

Colina Norte 2009

REGION: Valle de Guadalupe

GRAPE VARIETY: Tempranillo , Carignan , Grenache
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Aging: from 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels .
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 8 years
Appearance: Extremely bright , red plum, tile shades denoting maturity. Clean, bright and intensive
Nose: Great complexity , intense aroma, notes of ripe red fruits, woody touches present together with spices such as pepper and cloves . Finally interesting Sophisticated notes are also shown smoked .
The Taste: frank wine, long-lived , fruity aftertaste , woody and spicy displays. Taste dry , firm and present tannins , great body and good structure.

Case of 12 ( 750ml ) $ 485.22
Or $ 40.44 per bottle

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White Rancho Mogorcito 2013

REGION: San Vicente Valley

GRAPE VARIETY: 75 % Sauvignon Blanc, 25 % Chardonnay
Fermentation in stainless steel tanksat strictly controlled temperature to preserve its aromatic components.
Aging: from 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels .
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 3 years
Appearance: This wine displays with medium intensity color, straw yellow , greenish hues denoting youth , clean, bright with good density .

Nose: High intensity , fruity , green apple , pineapple , citrus , light herbaceous tones, good integration with alcohol.
The Taste: medium attack, dry taste , good acidity and rich permanence touch of bitterness , confirms fruitiness , great harmony.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $252.72
or $21.06 per bottle

 

Tinto del Rancho Mogorcito 2011

REGION: Valle de Guadalupe

GRAPE VARIETY: 60 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 40 % Merlot
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Aging: from 12 months in French oak barrels .
SAVE TIME : Drink now or cellar for 6 years
Appearance: Color high intensity red plum, slightly orange hues that reflect a maturity, good density anticipate great generosity of spirit.

Nose: Great aromatic expression denoting ripe berries, currants, black cherries , blackberries , elegant touch of wood and end slightly spicy pepper dominate.
The Taste: very expressive, long stay , dry taste , bitterness dominates but is integrated with the alcohol and other sensations in the mouth . Firm, not aggressive tannins . Aftertaste confirms the fruitiness , the woody flavors and a slightly smoky note .

Case of 12 ( 750 ml ) $ 363.92
Or $ 30.33 per bottle

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Piedra del Sol 2013

Origin: San Antonio de las Minas (Guadalupe Valley) Blend: 100% Chardonnay

Fermentation: stainless steel tanks, without malolactic fermentation

Ageing: no oak contact at all

Tasting notes: Fresh nose, green apple, pear, citrics – pure fruit, no oak and no buttery notes at all. Very refreshing on the palate, with a crispy acitiy. Perfect wine to enjoy during a hot day or to match with sparragous, cold meat or especially any king of sea food (oysters, ceviche, mussels, tuna, ….)

Case of 12 (750 ml) $215.72
or $17.98 per bottle

 

Contraste Intercontinental 2009

Origin:In colaboration with “La Borde Vieille”, Roussillon (France) Origin: 50% Guadalupe Valley, 50% Lesquerde (Roussillon, France)

Blend: 25% Tempranillo, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Carignan, 16% Grenache, 9% Syrah

Ageing: 13 months in French and American oak barrels

Tasting notes: Red fruits, with a hint of spice in the background, complex. Fresh attack, full-bodied, complex, long finish.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $257.77
or $21.48 per bottle

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Contraste Continental 2009

Origin: 50% Guadalupe Valley (Mex), 50% Livermore Valley (USA)

Blend: 48% Tempranillo, 39% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon

Ageing:14 months in french and american oak barrels

Tasting notes: Dark fruit, blackberry, chocolate. Full-bodied, well integrated tannins, rich texture and long aftertaste.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $257.77
or $21.48 per bottle

 

Vino de Piedra 2011

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Tempranillo

Fermentation: classical fermentation in stainless steel tanks

Ageing: 12 months in french and american oak barrels of first, second and third uses

Tasting notes: very complex nose, ripe red fruit, with layers of spice and floral notes. Soft attack, full body, round, potential, soft but long finish.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $412.84
or $34.40 per bottle

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Ensamble Arenal 2010

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 7% Zinfandel, 7% Petite Sirah, 6% Barbera

Fermentation: classical fermentation in stainless steel tanks

Ageing: 12 months in french and american oak barrels of first, second and third uses

Tasting notes: intense black fruit (black- and blueberry), liquerish, cedar. Short attack, fresh on the palate, confirming black fruit. Full body, potential, firm tannins, long finish.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $215.72
or $17.98 per bottle

 

Acrata Tinta del Valle 2009

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 93% Grenache, 7% Petite Sirah

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in open concrete tanks

Ageing: 11 months in french and american oak barrels of several uses

Tasting notes: Intense nose, lots of strawberry and rasperry. Full-bodied wine, balanced from start to finish, long aftertaste, again lots of strawberry. A potential Grenache reflecting the heat and sun of the Valley.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $134.85
or $11.24 per bottle

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Portada 2010

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 50% Grenache, 44% Carignan, 6% Petite Sirah

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in open concrete tanks

Ageing: 11 months in french and american oak barrels of several uses

Tasting notes: plums and dark berries. Complex, balanced on the palate, soft attack and soft round finish, .

Case of 12 (750 ml) $134.85
or $11.24 per bottle

 

Hemisferio Tinto 2011

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 55% Petite Sirah, 45% Merlot

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in open concrete tanks

Ageing: 12 months in french and american oak barrels of several uses

Tasting notes: Intense bouquet of spice and dark fruit. A round wine with pronounced middle-palate.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $134.85
or $11.24 per bottle

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Estacion-Porvenir-Tinto 2010

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 40% Petite Sirah, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Zinfandel, 20% Barbera

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in open concrete tanks

Ageing: 8 months in french and american oak barrels of several uses

Tasting notes: fruity and spicy, plums and raisins. Soft attack, round on the palate, pleasant wine, easy to drink with very balanced tannins.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $136.68
or $11.39 per bottle

 

Estacion Porvenir Blanco 2013

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 100% Sauvignon Blanc

Fermentation: stainless steel tanks, without malolactic fermentation

Ageing: no oak contact at all

Tasting notes: Fresh nose, lots of citrus and a little apple, Refreshing on the palate, crispy acitiy.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $107.88
or $8.99 per bottle

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Parteaguas Tinto 2009

Origin: Lesquerde (Roussillon, France)

Blend: 45% Carignan, 35% Grenache, 20% Syrah

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in stainless steel tank

Ageing: 12 months in french oak barrels

Tasting notes: Rich nose, plenty of berries, intense. Lots of fruit on the palate, oak perfectly integrated. Middle-structured wine with long finish.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $117.87
or $9.82 per bottle

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Red Wine JALA 2012

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Grenache Noir

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in stainless steel tank

Ageing: 15 months in California oak barrels

Tasting notes: Of color bright ruby red , aromas to red fruits like cherry and raspberry, vanillas and spices, smooth with round palate and smooth tannins with flavors of berries and wood toast.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $263.03
or $21.92 per bottle

 

Red Wine KUWAL 2011

Origin: Guadalupe Valley

Blend: 90% Tempranillo, 5% Ruby Cabernet, 5% Grenache

Fermentation: traditional fermentation in stainless steel tank

Ageing: 15 months in California oak barrels

Tasting notes: Color red maroon, aromas of red ripe fruits and spices combined with toast wood tones, Complex and elegant, long finish with medium capacity of aging.

Case of 12 (750 ml) $358.86
or $29.91 per bottle

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