Finca San Blas
Situated in the heart of our beautiful estate is the timeless and elegant French style châteaux. The wine making is both natural and organic with the winery itself as the nucleus which creates the harmony and balance: Our grapes are carefully and meticulously selected and hand-picked, then organised in 10kg boxes. Finally, taking advantage of the gentle slope of the winery floor, the grapes fall naturally into the tanks. This traditional process is considered a fundamental basis of our wine making. Winemaker Nicolas Sanchez, a specialist of the Bobal grape variety, is Professor of Viticulture at the School of Viticulture and Enology of Requena and the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He has set challenges and innovated where no cellar had dared before, planting new varieties unknown in the area, implementing processing methods ever used in the region
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Wine Information Sheets
The wine has a straw-yellow color with green hues. On the nose, there is a predominance of white fruits (pear, apple), hints of stone fruits such as apricot and yellow plum, and citrus notes. The palate is fresh, with a very nice finish and a long aftertaste. It pairs well with all kinds of seafood, pasta and rice dishes, fresh fruits and nuts.
2018 Talabá Rosé
2015 Lomalta Crianza
RATING: 91 Points - James Suckling The wine has a cherry red color with garnet hues. The nose is intense, with hints of red fruits and subtle ripe black fruits. The palate is fresh, meaty, tasty, creamy, very fruity, with hints of well integrated wood and a very nice final. The aftertaste is long and very well-balanced. In definitive it is a very elegant wine with the unique personality of the wines of Finca San Blas. It pairs well with all kinds of red meats and game, spicy stews, rice, pasta, semi-soft and aged cheeses, foie gras, pates and cold cuts.
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RATING: 92 Points - James Suckling The wine has an opaque cherry red color. Intense and highly concentrated aromas, ripe black fruit with hints of jam and marmalade, smoky oak, spicy hints of clove and pepper. Strong end, especially licorice and fennel. The palate is tasty, fleshy, with ripe and very rounded tannins. Nice hints of very well integrated oak, with sweet notes and a spicy and mineral background with a long aftertaste. Pairs well with all kinds of red meats and game, spicy stews and cheeses.
A deep bright red cherry color. The wine’s thick legs come to tint the glass, which gives an idea of its density. On the nose, the wine is intense and elegant, with hints of black wild fruit, spices, balsamic and roasted notes, milk coffee, all wrapped in a soft touch of fine wood. The palate is meaty, juicy, creamy, with soft tannins, very fruity with hints of black licorice. It is long and pleasant, with great balance. To drink and enjoy now, or save for the next 5 years or longer. Pairs well with all kinds of red meats and game, spicy stews, semi-soft and aged cheeses, foie gras, cold cuts and dark chocolate.
RATING: Best in Show - 96 Decanter World Wine Awards - Best Dessert Wine of the Year Beautifully honeyed and ripe Sauternes-like nose of peach, grape seed, pineapple, passion fruit, saffron, marzipan and tangy marmalade notes. The brilliant jab of wonderfully fresh acidity on the palate cuts through the honey and spice, butterscotch, mango and toffee and leads to a great length. It pairs well with bleu cheeses, foie gras, pates, fresh fruit, nuts and the like. Or, on its own.