Tasting Notes: Pale Straw colour. Clean and intense aroma with attractive notes of fresh, fruity and deep grass. The taste is fresh, with soft bitterness, good acidity, with a simple but pleasant mouth fill.
Pairing: Mojama, anchovies in vinegar, cod, cold soups (ajo blanco and salmorejo), cured meats and sushi
Tasting Notes: It is fragrant, powerful, pungent scent of fine wood, woodwork, lacquer, varnish, stale touch, orange peel, bitter notes, nuts, almond and hazelnut. The entrance is dry and powerful, delicious salty point without hurting sharp, nice appearance, fine, lively and juicy acidity is bound.
Pairing: Cured cheese (Manchego, Idiazabal and Parmesan) stews and game meat, cheeks, Jerez baked piglet, Tataky Red tuna, Bouef Bour Guignon, Coqau Vin and deer stew..
Tasting Notes: Ebony colour wines with hints of iodine and with very wide tear and deep density sensation.
The smell offers extremely rich aromas, dominated by the sweet notes of dried fruits such as raisins, figs and dates. Accompanied by aromas of honey, syrup and fruit compote. Accentuating the toasted tones (coffee, chocolate) by the aging time.
The taste is velvety and creamy, with an acidity that mitigates the extreme sweetness and warmth of alcohol, and a long, delicious finish.
Pairing: Blue Cheese (Cabrales, Gorgonzola, Stilton, Roquefort) Desserts and Ice Cream (Cheesecake, Ice Cream and Vanilla Nougat and Chocolate Black) Panacotta, Mascarpone Ice Cream, Creamy Mexican Café and Chile.
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Spaniche Wines Malta has been established since 2017 and in that time has expanded and diversified its operation from solely importing Spanish wines, to now importing and distributing wines, spirits, beers and mixers. One thing hasn’t changed though, we insist on finding quality at good prices which we can then pass on to our clients.
Spain undoubtedly produces the best wines in the world when it comes to quality versus price. There are cheaper wines on the market, that is for sure, but when you compare the quality, Spanish wines are head and shoulders above the rest. As an example, try a bottle of Maro Carinena 2018 for €7.
The wines come from small, mainly family-run wineries in different regions such as Ribera del Duero, Navarra, Rioja, Priorat, Rueda, Rias Baixas and a few more.
Our mission is to offer the most comprehensive range of Spanish wines in Malta and Gozo. We already import the largest number of gins on these islands, along with three ranges of tonic waters and mixers to complement each gin.
Browse the shop, if there is anything you need that is not on there, email us. If we can't get it, we may well know who can.