Our Portfolio

Benito SantosGodello, Monterrei
Godello from Galicia, Spain
From the DO of Monterrei comes this fresh, bright lemony expression of Godello. The vineyards are over twenty-seven years old and granite/slate. Grapes are harvested by hand. Élèvage takes place in tank on the lees for three months.
Sustainable
DB8050-18
ZorzalGraciano
Graciano from Navarra, Spain
The high-acid Graciano is the last one of their grapes to be harvested, in their vineyards around the village of Corella. Following a light maceration the wine ferments in steel. 25% of the wine is racked into French oak for malolactic, the rest happens in steel. The wines were blended and stayed 9...
Organic
DB1700-17
PedrosaGran Reserva
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
90% Tinto Fino, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged 24 months in French and American oak barrels. Minimum 48 months in bottle before release.
Sustainable
DB0675-11
Lopez de HerediaGravonia
from Rioja, Spain
Viña Gravonia wines come from the Zaconia vineyard, named after a local term for the area.  Historically these wines were called Viña Zaconia, except when our founder made sweet white wines using “noble rot” (botrytis cinerea), which he called Sauternia after the French Sauternes.  The vineyard is...

DB9640
ViñátigoGual
Gual from Canary Islands, Spain
Also known as Bual when used in making Madeira, the Gual is cold-soaked then fermented at a very low temperature. Fermented in stainless steel at cool temperatures, then aged on its fine lees in the same tank.
Organic
DB0101-18
MonjeHollera Carbonica
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Hollera is the name of the vineyard from which the fruit for this wine comes; 40-60 year old Listán Negro vines, fermented with semi-carbonic maceration.

DB0625-18
Borja Perez ViticultorIgnios Baboso
Baboso from Canary Islands, Spain
From a 22-year-old north-facing vineyard with clay and loam soils at 450m altitude.  After careful selection in the field and cellar, the fruit is gently destemmed and crushed; fermentation is spontaneous, in concrete tank for 18 days. Once pressed, it goes to a 600L French oak barrel for...
Organic
DB1705-16
Borja Perez ViticultorIgnios Listán Negro
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Made in stainless with 30% whole-clusters with a soft maceration of 20 days. It then ages in 600 liter used barrels for over one year. Unfiltered. There’s good tension here, and the typical minerality and acidity, however a charming, subtle sweetness marks the finish of this wine in the palate.
Organic
DB1634-17
Borja Perez ViticultorIgnios Marmajuelo
Marmajuelo from Canary Islands, Spain
Marmajuelo has a very short life cycle, and these plants suffered the most with the extremely dry year. However, due to the incredible early harvest, they retained great acidity and the wine turned out fresher, more tense than 2016. From a 22-year-old vineyard composed of loam/clay soil. After a...

DB1819-17
Borja Perez ViticultorIgnios Vijariego Negro
Vijariego Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
The Vijariego came from one parcel, ‘Casa Canales’, which Borja has been working on for the last 5 years, and it is now the best source for this grape. The thick skin of Vijariego protected it from the extreme heat of the vintage, and the total absence of mildew - common in this zone – yielded...
Organic
DB1828-17
Buil & GinéJoan Giné Priorat
Red blend from Priorat, Spain
45% Red Garnacha, 45% Cariñena from old vines (more than 25 years old), and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon from young vines (5-12 years old). Varieties separately fermented. Temperature controlled, long maceration (approximately 24 days). Wine kept in American and French oak barrels for 12 months. Followed...

DB0270-13
Buil & GinéJoan Giné White Priorat
Garnacha Blanca from Priorat, Spain
Mostly Garnacha Blanca with a little of Pedro Jimenez, grown on licorella and vinified in stainless.

DB0772-18
Quinta MilúLa Bicicleta Voladora (Rioja)
Tempranillo from Navarra, Spain
"The Flying Bicycle" is Germán Blanco's new project in Rioja Baja. With the help of an old friend and fellow oenologist, Javier Collio, Germán sources fruit from certified organic vineyards in the Navarra part of the appellation. The vineyards are dry-farmed and have an average age of thirty-five...
Organic
DB2911-18
Quinta MilúLa Cometa, Ribera del Duero
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
Aged a minimum of twelve months in new and old  225-liter and 500-liter French and American oak casks. "La Cometa" comes from Germán’s oldest vineyards: seventy-year-old vines planted at high altitudes. The wine has beautiful structure and long aging potential. Hand-harvested and foot-crushed; some...
Organic
DB1728-17
Sierra de ToloñoLa Dula
Garnacha from Rioja, Spain
This Garnacha comes from a vineyard planted in 1944, at 700 meters high. It ferments in 300 liter amphoras and stay on them for an year before being bottled unfined and unfiltered. A wine of stunning purity, soft, delicate, and incredibly floral. 700 bottles made.
92 WABiodynamic
DB2008-17
GomarizLa Flor y La Abeja Souson
Sousón from Galicia, Spain
100% Sousón (indigenous red varietal). All stainless steel. Fresh, light, beautiful, approachable red with notes of pepper and blackberry juice. Yum! 10,000 bottles produced.
Biodynamic
DB1800-17
GomarizLa Flor y La Abeja Treixadura
Treixadura from Galicia, Spain
100% Trexiadura that is unoaked, fermented naturally and bottled without filtration. 60,000 bottles produced.
Biodynamic
DB1805-18
PedrosaLa Navilla
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
100% Tinto Fino aged 20 months in 100% French oak barrels, for a minimum of 10 months in bottle. This source for this wine is the vineyards that surround the winery that are some of the highest altitude of Ribera del Duero at 833 meters. 
Sustainable
DB0672-14
PedrosaLa Navilla
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
100% Tinto Fino aged 20 months in 100% French oak barrels, for a minimum of 10 months in bottle. This source for this wine is the vineyards that surround the winery that are some of the highest altitude of Ribera del Duero at 833 meters. 
Sustainable
DB0672-12
SedellaLaderas de Sedella Anfora
Garnacha from Sierras de Malaga, Spain
Lauren’s amphora-aged wine is a blend of Romé Tinto, Garnacha, and Jaén, grown on slate, on very poor soils. Fermented with native yeasts in French oak eggs; aged one year in cement amphora. Sulfur is used only at bottling, and there is no fining or filtration.  Final sulfur level: 29 ppm...
Sustainable
DB1803-16
Matias í TorresLas Migas
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
Listán Blanco. This wine can be described as a synthesis of all the plots Victoria works on; most of them have Listán Blanco in their original composition. In typical Canary Island fashion, they are sourced from different plots which are situated through a range of altitudes and differ in soil...
Organic
DB1718-17
ViñátigoListán Blanco
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Blanco (aka Palomino Fino when planted in Jerez) grown at about 460 meters above sea level. These vines are pergola-trained and about one hundred years old on average. Vinification and aging is done in inox tanks.  Fresh, salty, mineral-driven and hugely refreshing; quintessential...
Organic
DB0705-18
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Matias í TorresListán Blanco (Solera `13)
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
Listán Blanco vinified from a 'solera' system started in 2013. Every year since she has added some juice which stayed under flor in chestnut barrels. 
Organic
DB2392-13
BermejosListán Negro
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Negro aged 5 months in French oak from the Allier forest. The more structured and concentrated sibling of the more fruit-forward, easy-going Maceracion Carbonica Listán Negro cuvée.
Sustainable
DB1712-17
ViñátigoListán Negro
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Negro, aged three months in used American and French oak.
Organic
DB0096-18
BermejosListán Negro Maceracion Carbonica
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Listán Negro is also known as Listán Prieto or Palomino Negro, and is very close related to País, grown in Chile, and Mission, grown in Arizona. Listán Negro is hardly grown at all on the European mainland- it was wiped out by the phylloxera epidemic- but it is widely planted on the Canary Islands...
Sustainable
DB1710-18
ViñátigoListán Negro Rosado
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
One-quarter of Vinatigo's Listán Negro grapes are devoted to making this saignée rosé. Bright pink, dry and refreshing, with red fruit flavors and a hint of amaro on the finish, underpinned by signature Canary volcanic minerality. 
Organic
DB1615-18
BermejosListán Negro Rosado
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Dry, high in acid and extremely refreshing, this pale pink rosado calls to mind a nervy Txakolina, charged with a uniquely Canary minerality. Direct-press.  
Sustainable
DB1708-18
MonjeListán Negro Tradicional
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
85% Listan Negro, 10% Negramoll, 5% Listan Blanco, co-fermented in stainless steel and raised for 4 months in old 1000L American oak. Bottled unfiltered.  Like the addition of a small percentage of Viognier to the Syrah-based wines of Côte-Rôtie, the addition of Listán Blanco is a long-standing...

DB0136-16
ArzabroLuzia de Ripa Txakoli
Hondarrabi Zuri from Txakoli d'Alava, Spain
The blend is 90% Hondarrabi Zuri (aka Petit Corbu,) and 10% Izpiriotza Txikia (aka Petit Manseng.)  Sourced from the single vineyard Larrimbe, meaning “my mother’s vineyard,” a fitting name for a parcel that has been handed down from mother to daughter for over four generations. The label speaks to...

DB1627-18
MacánMacán Clasico Rioja
Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain
100% Tempranillo. After the alcoholic fermentation, the malolactic process is carried out with 30% in barrels and the remaining 70% in tanks. It is then aged 15 months in French oak.  

DB2123-15
MacánMacán Rioja
Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain
6/750 100% Tempranillo, aged two years in French oak and one year in bottle before release. The flagship wine is a selection of the best lots: less than one-third of the fruit makes it into the finished wine. Though in theory any parcel could contribute to the blend, there tends to be a pattern,...
94 WA, 94 VM
DB7956-14
ZorzalMalayeto Garnacha
Garnacha from Navarra, Spain
100% Garnacha sourced from a single vineyard with stony soils in Fitero; average vine age is 35 years. This site is located at an elevation of 520m. Spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts in large wooden vats; aged 9 months in 225L used French oak.
Organic
DB2526-16
Finca la EstacadaMalbec Ocho y Medio
Malbec from La Mancha, Spain
Opaque purple in color with a bright, floral nose of boysenberries. Sourced from a single vineyard of 18 year old vines, vinified in steel and treated to a brief “nap” in new oak (avg 2 weeks!), the wine is a youthful, easy-to-drink, food-friendly version of Malbec, showing more in common with Cot...
Sustainable
DB0273-19
Fronton de OroMalpaís
Preto from Canary Islands, Spain
A blend of mostly Listán and Tintilla, grown on Pedro and Antonio's poorest sites (the "badlands"). Planting the slowest-ripening grapes on the poorest sites is important here; if they are planted in parcels that are too mineral-rich and fertile, the plants produce more berries to the bunch than...
Sustainable
DB0139-15
Matias í TorresMalvasía Dulce
Malvasia from Canary Islands, Spain
From various plots and zones around the island. The wine is vinified dry in tank; about 2/3rds stay in 600L oak until bottling.
Organic
DB7902-17
BermejosMalvasía Naturalmente Dulce
Malvasia from Canary Islands, Spain
14% natural alcohol, aged in French oak in a solera system. (6/500ml)
92 VMSustainable
DB7649-NV
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Matias í TorresMalvasía Seca
Malvasia from Canary Islands, Spain
Sourced from Los Llanos Negros, a western oriented slope with vineyards planted on volcanic lapilli at 200-400 meters of altitude and up to 130 years of age. Fermented in Stainless Steel.  
Organic
DB2391-17
BermejosMalvasía Seco
Malvasia from Canary Islands, Spain
100% tank-aged Malvasía Volcanica. Malvasía Volcanica is a grape that is truly indigenous to the Canary Islands, a crossing of Marmajuelo (an indigenous peach-skinned white grape) and Malvasía Aromatica.  Crisp, bright and positively exploding with citrus and mineral flavors.

DB1701-15
BermejosMalvasía Volcanica Seco
Malvasia from Canary Islands, Spain
100% tank-aged Malvasía Volcanica. Malvasía Volcanica is a grape that is truly indigenous to the Canary Islands, a crossing of Marmajuelo (an indigenous peach-skinned white grape) and Malvasía Aromatica.  Crisp, bright and positively exploding with citrus and mineral flavors.
Sustainable
DB1701-18
Fernando de CastillaManzanilla Classic
Palomino from Jerez, Spain
100% Palomino grown on the estate-owned limestone-based vineyard “Pago Balbaino.” Solera-aged for an average of 3 years. Winemaker's Notes: A straw-coloured wine, with a dry and sharp bouquet. Light on the palate.

DB0870-NV
ViñátigoMarmajuelo
Marmajuelo from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Marmajuelo, fermented and aged on the lees in stainless steel. Jesus first discovered this little known variety on the island of Hierro. This dark white grape imparts a peachy color, and the aromatics express the tropical side of Canary Island whites. 
Organic
DB1737-17
MerayoMencía
Mencia from Bierzo, Spain
Macerated and fermented for 10 days in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures; aged sur lie for 6 months before stabilization and bottling. 
Sustainable
DB8048-17
Benito SantosMencía, Monterrei
from Galicia, Spain
From vineyards situated in the DO of Monterrei comes this light, fruity and aromatic wine. The fruit comes from twenty-seven-plus-year-old vines growing on granite/slate soils. The grapes are hand-harvested. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel and malolactic fermentation is...
Sustainable
DB8051-17
Benito SantosMencía, Ribera Sacra
Mencia from Galicia, Spain
100% Mencía, harvested by hand in early morning; the weight of each box does not exceed fifteen kilograms. The fruit is destemmed and gently pressed; skin maceration lasts eight days, after which the must-wine is run off to another tank for alcoholic and malolactic fermentation. Left to settle over...
Sustainable
DB9833-17
MilénicoMilénico Ribera del Duero (Crianza)
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
100% Tempranillo.  About half of the vines are 50 years old; the rest were planted in the ealry 1990s. Fermentation takes place in a combination of 500L open-top oak barrels and 2500L open-top stainless steel tanks; aged in French oak (85%) and American oak (15%) for one year in barrel and another...
Organic
DB7660-13
Quinta MilúMilú, Ribera del Duero
Tempranillo from Ribera del Duero, Spain
100% Tempranillo from vines which average fifty years of age. All of the fruit is destemmed; the wine is aged a minimum of six months in old French or American oak casks. Bottled unfined and unfiltered and without cold stabilization. Germán calls this— his flagship wine— a “vino de pueblo”, which...
Organic
DB1727-18
Michelini i MufattoMundo Zeppelling Blanco
Palomino from Bierzo, Spain
A blend of 90% Palomino and 10% Doña Blanca grown on slate soils in a one hectare vineyard with north exposure, and located south of Ponferrada. The average age of the vines is 60 years  old. Fermented partially with the skins in amphora; malolactic took place in used French oak. 1,500 bottles...
Organic
DB6841-17
Michelini i MufattoMundo Zeppelling Tinto
Mencia from Bierzo, Spain
100% Mencia sourced from vineyards around the town of Ozuela. The vines are 80 years old. 100% whole clusters are crushed by foot and fermented with native yeast in chestnut barrels; the parcels are fermented separately, with no punchdowns or pumpovers.After a 40-day maceration, the wine is aged...
Organic
DB6840-17
Sierra de ToloñoNAHI
Viura from Rioja, Spain
From 5 parcels of 87-year-old, very low-yielding vines of 4 different varieties: Viura (49%), Malvasía (49%), Calagrana (1%) and Rojal (1%), all hand-harvested at the same time and co-fermented in a new French 500L barrel.  "Nahi" is a Basque word meaning "desire."
92 WA, 92 JSBiodynamic
DB0173-17

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