A confluence of cultures, the Iberian Peninsula is a place of coming together. The meeting point of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic; it’s been a melting pot of great cultures throughout the millennia, forging an identity all its very own. A common thread binding the region is it’s wine; from the Phoenicians, to the Romans & Greeks, as well as the indigenous communities, the story of wine and winemaking here is long and varied. From cooler climates and coastal influences of the north, to the dramatic aspects of the centre, and the oven-hot, arid climes of the south.
We hope you’ll enjoy the coming together of these six wines, that we feel represent the union of eclecticism and tradition that make this part of the world one of a kind!
Adega de Monçao, Vinho Verde 2019
Gallina de Piel, "Ikigall", Penedes 2019
Ametzoi "Rubentis" Rosada, Getariako Txakolina 2019
Vina Ilusion, Tinto Joven, Rioja 2018
Filipa Pato, "Dinamica" Baga, Bairrada 2019
Quinta do Infantado, Tinto, Douro 2016