Three Spanish Wine Reviews

The first wine is a bubbly its laden with fruity overtones with an abundance of tight bubbles it’s fresh and goes well with just about anything and it is very affordable. The Cava is Gold and the vintner Rondel. gold cavaI couldn’t find a web site for this company. The next two wines are Crianzas, with much different tastes.  The 2009 Montecillo was aged over a year in Oak barrels and a year in the bottle.  I enjoyed the flavors and long finish the first time I drank the wine. Montecillo The next bottle opened there wasn’t any company and the second day the wine was softer and each flavor was more intense but not so much to overwhelm the experience of a finely crafted garnet colored libation.  I have had the wine with meat and cheese and it worked wonderfully with each.  The cheese was a Brie. The last wine was my personal favorite

Valserrano

Valserrano

The wine is rich in flavor,with nuances of red berry,fruit jam that lingers on the tongue and fill your mouth with warmth and a long satisfying finish.This wine is more expensive than the other two but well worth the price point.  I’ve been an advocate for Spanish wines for several years now. I still firmly believe Spanish wines are one of the best values you can buy with your wine dollars.