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95% Tempranillo, 5% Viura. Estate bottled by Bodegas Santalba. Abando is the result of the work carried out by the family wineery all through its production process, not only in the vineyard but also in their winery, with the aim of achieving the maximum quality of this wine. Learn More



By vinifying together every one of the grapes from plots from a similar town, Baños de Ebro, we can transmit the specific character of our town's mainland atmosphere and its powdery earth soils to the wine. Customary «whole berry» aging technique (with the stalks). Learn More



Matured in French and American oak barrels. Intense flavors of black fruits, liquorice, chocolate, and cloves with a touch of minerality. The classic partner for lamb and red-meat dishes. Learn More

V 90


A smooth and rounded wine with mouthwatering wild berry-fruit characters, enhanced by subtle vanilla aromas from aging in French and American oak barrels. Delicous with cured meats and cheeses. Learn More



The distinctive portrait on the front label depicting a Dutch merchant painted by Rembrandt (1641) reflects the family's passion for art and trading. Sweet vanilla notes of American oak, plenty of bright cherry fruit, and a fine, delicate palate. Aged for 26 months in French and American oak barrels. Pair with flavorful fish like tuna, red meat, game, or medium-cured cheeses such as manchego and emmental. Learn More

WS 93


The distinctive portrait on the front label depicts Christoph Willibald Gluck, who was a German opera composer that returned to opera its theatrical content, lost in the Baroque and the theater director at the Court of Vienna. Aged for 16 months in American oak barrels. Pair with flavorful fish, such as tuna, squid with its ink sauce, red meats, or cured, mature cheeses. Learn More

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Ruby-red color of medium-high intensity, with a nose that presents marked balsamic aromas and elegant tones of spice and tobacco leaf. Smoothness dominates in the mouth, adding elegance and maturity to its long finish. Pair with red meat dishes, roasts, game, and rich-flavored cheeses. Learn More

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Bright ruby red in color. There are aromas of fresh red cherries and notes of cassis. Balanced, marked by freshness and good acidity in the mouth. The tannins are soft and give good structure. Learn More



Bright garnet red with good depth of color and a clarity which gives it a bright sheen in the glass. On the nose are aromas of plums and blackberries and black fruits. On the palate, balsalmic notes, good acidity, fresh and pleasant to drink. Lots of fruity nuances. Learn More



It has an intense and bright-red, bigarreau-cherry color. On the nose, it presents complex aromas to ripe fruits with sweet spicy notes provided by the oak aging. Tasty, fleshy, and fruity in mouth, with ripe tannins and a long and elegant aftertaste. It is a great match with stewed and grilled meat, as well as with dry and semi-dry cheeses. Perfect for all kinds of Iberian and non-Iberian cold meats. Learn More

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