a delicious Monastrell with a fresh and rich palate with layers of ripe plums, black cherry fruit, a hint of liquorice and long dry finish!...

Viña Ardanza Rioja Alta 2015

£30.00
Alta means 'high' in Spanish and, while this may actually refer to the higher aspect of La Rioja Alta, it is also very 'alta' in...
Is there a perfect way to celebrate your 75th birthday? Perhaps good food, good wine, surrounded by friends and family before adjourning to your local...

La Rioja Alta Premium Box

£90.00
This Premium gift set explores 3 top Rioja's from one of the most well-respected and awarded producers from the region: La Rioja Alta. Including Viña Alberdi...

La Rioja Alta Discovery Box

£65.00
An exploration of Spanish Albariño and Tempranillo wines from one of the oldest and most celebrated producers of the country: La Rioja Alta.  All 3...

Noster Inicial Priorat 2018

£20.00
Noster Inicial is a persistant and honest red wine, with aromas of ripe fruit and compote, blackberries, figs and a herbal touch that gives the...
This Spanish Tempranillo wine is a deep cherry red in colour. Made with Tempranillo grape, on the nose it stands out for its intense aroma, with...
If you're a bit partial to Rioja then look no further!Bright Deep Ruby Colour with dark cherry hues on the rim of the glass. It...

Zinio Tempranillo 2021

£11.50
This beautiful Spanish wine is purple in colour, with a violet high layer that's very intense and concentrated. It's clean and bright with a nose...

Growing over 600 different grape varieties, they have as firm a grasp on tradition as they do on the new and adventurous and we're not sure that anyone understands the power of a good label better than these guys.

We're pretty sure that you already love Spanish wine as much as we do, so there isn't much more to say, other than to remember that although Rioja is King, there is so much more to Spain, so don't miss out on its neighbour Ribera del Duero or the lesser known regions of Rueda, Bierzo, Galcia, Valencia, the list goes on...

Wine is a matter of very personal taste. Over the last 50 years, as we're sure you can imagine, here at Oddbins we've heard almost everything. Those who say that South African wines all taste like burnt rubber, those who aren't keen on the bubbles in Champagne, those who find red Burgundy too thin for their tastes or those who don't like the brashness of Australian wine. In fact we think we've heard people tell us that they don't like the wines from almost every country that makes wine in our time. But one country seems almost immune to this kind of criticism...

...Spain. Spain is awesome. Fact!