One of the most important producers in Spain, Juan Gil is the master of rich, ripe wines at a reasonable price. This one is no
I am a card-carrying member of the “wine faults can be interesting” club. I’m not put off by a bit of volatile acidity or brett.
This is a curve ball from the high plains north of Madrid. The first impression is a provocative whiff of herbaceousness—tarragon, with red plum and
I’m revisiting an old friend here. One of the more satisfying budget wines available, but it’s been a few vintages since I last wrote about
Ego Bodegas is a relatively new winery founded in 2011, with few resources but a burning desire to make money. Their marketing story is refreshingly
Trepat is a relatively obscure grape grown primarily in Northeastern Spain and used in blends and for making rosado and Cava sparkling wine. But in