Two fresh Spanish wines for easy drinking with and without food.
1 x Bodegas Ladera Sauvignon Blanc
Irishman Fergal Tynan hails from Raheny. He owns and makes wines with his best friend Giles in La Mancha in Spain. This is their clean fresh and crisp Sauvignon blanc with is a wonderful wine fir enjoying as an aperatif. More rounded than the New World style of Sauvignon blanc, this offers lemon and citrus flavours, with balanced acidity and a fine finish.
1 x Bodegas Navajas Rioja, Spain
From a traditional family owned and run wine cellar in Rioja which was founded in the 1950's when Antonio, the founder built a small winery and planted vineyards. These he eventually passed to his son Juan who went on to create a new winery in Abarán in 1977. It is packed with gently spiced mulberry and damson. Medium weight, supple palate, with a whisper of soft, ripe tannin. Delicious with chorizo, steak and barbequed pork ribs. delicious and lovely wine!