Premier gift cards make a great gift for family, friends, co-workers, teachers, postal workers, and more! Let them choose their favorite bottle, or pick a bottle they might not otherwise have tried! Shop Gift Cards!
The picturesque countryside of Spain is littered with vineyards large and small, and offers up some of the best value available on the wine market today. You can consistently fine critically-acclaimed Spanish wines selling for less than their counterparts from other wine-producing countries. The Rioja and Ribera del Duero regions are most famous, and there's nowhere else in the world where you'll find as many world-class Tempranillos.
WS8989 pts. - Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2009 Scents of tropical fruit yield to notes of albariza and yeast as the wine takes on air. it’s a smooth and fresh Fino to pour with sautéed shrimp.SP8787 pts. - Wine Spectator - Nov 15, 2006 Broad, gentle style, showing tart apple, olive and herb notes. Leaves a tingling around the gums, but could use a tad more tanginess. Drink now. 6,000 cases imported.WE8787 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 8/1/2005 Heavier in color, with a bit of yellow to the tint. Salted nut, popcorn and light fruit flavors are solid, as is the mouthfeel. Finishes crisp and solid, but without much elegance. Sizable and weighty for a fino.
WS9292 pts. - Wine & Spirits - October 1, 2015 A classic Fino, this is precise in its structure and completely dry. With its mineral notes of iodine and salt, light hints of nuts and green olives and refreshing acidity, it’s almost addictive, especially if you have prawns sautéed in garlic and herbs on hand.RP9090 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 30th Jun 2005 The brilliant quality of Emilio Lustau’s sherries is indisputable. Sherry remains the world’s most underappreciated and undervalued beverage, as the price for this beauty attests. The crisp, light-bodied, pungent, potent Light Fino Jarana is redolent of the smells and flavors of roasted nuts. It would be amazing with Japanese sushi or rich soups.SP8989 pts. - Wine Spectator - Aug 31, 2014 Shows a light rancio note, with a cheesy hint giving way to rather salty lemon pulp, jicama and chalk accents. Whiffs of straw and nectarine lend some depth and flesh to the finish. Drink now.WE8989 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 6/30/2009 More yellow than Lustau’s manzanilla, Jarana is a lovely, proper fino with a nose of iodine, lemon blossom and popcorn. The palate is staunch and doesn’t back down; the high-toned nut and citrus flavors seem classic and elevated. And the finish is intense and frames everything in walnut oil and toast.