Spain


Poquito Moscato Poquito Moscato $9.50

Lightly sparkling, fruity and sassy, Poquito is small in size but big on taste. Delicate floral aromas combine with a sweet yet refreshing palate of ripe peaches, pears and apricots. Apply liberally at any social occasion. Great right out of the bottle but really amazing with mint and rum as a mojito!



Don Ramon Don Ramon $10.00

What can we say about this little $10 wine? It's easy drinking but with some fun Old World character. 6 months on oak lends a bit of structure but only enough to keep the bottle from being guzzled in one go. Nice dark cherry, a bit of warm earth, and priced to drink a couple times a day.





Turn Me Sweet Turn Me Sweet $11.00

Proving we will look anywhere in our quest for wines comes a Spanish Tempranillo made by a German winemaker in the style we usually see reserved for Blaufrankish or Dornfelder. Lovely dark fruit, bit lower alcohol, and great with just a touch of chill. A bit sweet but not too much, this is an affordable fun red that goes down easy!



ZaZa Rose ZaZa Rose $11.00

A fruit driven rose with great complexity that will stand up to a variety of foods. Fermentation in oak, followed by lees aging helps bring some depth and body to the style. A bit softer, smoother and richer than the French versions made from the same grape.



Campos Enanzo Garnacha Campos Enanzo Garnacha $11.00

A 300 yr old family coop makes this lovely rich rose. Vibrant raspberry red color is the result of extended skin contact, which also adds to its richer than typical mouth feel. Intense cranberry and strawberry with some hints of watermelon. The acid hold the fruit in balance.



De Casta Rose De Casta Rose $11.00

Elegant cherry color over a light purple background. Fine floral aroma reminiscent of flowers such as mimosa and iris, complemented by discreet fruity hints (plums, cherries). Its smooth, rich palate and delicate aromas are prolonged in the finish. One of our most versatile wines, which goes especially well with informal food, such as pasta, vegetable dishes, picnics and traditional Spanish tapas. Exceptionally good with recipes that use tomato or tomato sauce, including Italian pasta.



Olivares Rose Olivares Rose $11.00

Grown at over 2000 ft in the hot Jumilla region of Spain, these ungrafted vines get densely flavored but still retain some bright acidity. Lovely strawberry, orange peel, raspberrry flavors with a nice clean finish. Great bang for the buck.



Casteller Cava Casteller Cava $12.00

Casteller usually sells their grapes to high end producers but retains a few of the best acres for this affordable, quality Brut. Slightly higher in elevation allows for better acidity balancing bright clean citrus and green apple flavors. A full year on the lees gives the bread dough nose and depth of character.



Mustiguillo Mestizaje Mustiguillo Mestizaje $14.00

This wine is one for the books. This almost lost indigenous variety, is not only organically grown, but the love shines through with hints of apricot, citrus , and white flower The acidity on this medium bodied white wine attacks with a fruity, floral taste that makes this wine a true one of a kind.



Altos de la Hoya Altos de la Hoya $14.00

Another stunning value from Jumilla, the Altos de la Hoya Monastrell (100% Mourvedre from organic vineyards) possesses a dense purple color as well as a big, sweet bouquet of blueberries, blackberries, and chalky, earthy soil, and a heady, rich, full-bodied finish. It combines elegance with richness despite the fact that this area is known more for the rusticity of its wines than their finesse



Naveran Cava Vintage Brut Naveran Cava Vintage Brut $15.00

Yep, vintage Cava for $15. Classic methode champenoisse, 18 mos on the lees, all the right stuff. Slight clean citrus and peach with rounded palate and slight bread dough on the nose.



Casa de Valor Cava Casa de Valor Cava $15.00

Delicious and affordable, lovely clean apple and lemon aromas with lovely stone notes. Made with the 3 amigos of Parellada, Macabeo and Xarel-ho.



Grant Amontillado La Garrocha Grant Amontillado La Garrocha $15.00

Since 1841, Bodegas Grant has been continuously family owned and operated. Amontillado starts its life a a fino but is then oxidatively aged. So a bottle can be recorked unlike finos. Lovely floral and roasted hazelnut aromas with a light woody tone. Dry and bright but also rich with a clean finish.



La Val Albarino La Val Albarino $15.00

From the cool Basque region of Spain comes this food friendly white. Aromas of fresh herbs and a hint of pine are hiding beneath zesty tangerine and pear notes. On the palate it show minerality and is fresh and rich, with lots of citrus and a long finish.



Avinyo Cava Avinyo Cava $17.00

A big favorite of Bitto’s, this lovely vintage Reserva is Spain's throwdown to Champagne. Aromas of bread dough, lemon curd, pineapple and citrus. All old vines of Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo. . . go on taste it. Leave over priced Champagne for the rappers, Cava is where its at!. Best Cava for the dollar ever?



Los Cantos Los Cantos $17.00

Organic and aged in oak for a full year, this Spanish red shows beautiful lilac vanilla on the nose with rich plum and blackberry flavors on the palate. From one of the region's oldest and most reputable producers. If you like CA cabs, this one is right up your alley.



Cal Blanca Toro Cal Blanca Toro $17.00

30-40 year old vines make up this beautiful Tempranillo from the Toro region of Spain. Aged in French oak barrels for 6 months and then for 2 years in concrete. This wine shows aromas of pencil lead and violets with a glass coating, opaque purple color and big cassis, blackberry, touch of earth and, spice.



Torres Floralis Torres Floralis $18.00

A great sweet wine. Floral orange blossom dominates the flavour profile. A high acidity ensures a clean finish despite the sweetness. An ideal accompaniment for desserts



La Nit de le Garnatxes Calissa La Nit de le Garnatxes Calissa $19.00

Calissa (Limestone) is a 100% Garnacha from Montsant adjacent to Priorat. Barely oaked, this wine has a vivacity and freshness contrasting with the earthy, slightly pungent notes from the limestone. A great wine by itself but a unique experience to have with its brother raised on Slate soils.



Penalba Lopez Penalba Lopez $22.00

A remarkable white aged 11 months on the lees in French oak from a grape we'd never heard of and one we've never seen in Ribero. The rich buttery oak is the perfect foil for vibrant acidity and richness. Flavors of key lime, peach, apricot, toasty oak, and more. One of our favorites!



Gotes del Priorat Gotes del Priorat $24.00

A slightly different and wonderful lighter take on Priorat. The gorgeous blue slate show immediately on the nose, Carignan is there but with richness and elegance. Really pretty and an homage to the fruit. Gorgeous leather and blue black fruit flavors with spice and soft leather. Organic, hand picked and just 9 months in French, this really is a lovely wine!



Valdehermoso Rivera del Duero Valdehermoso Rivera del Duero $26.00

One of the best values from the Valdenz estate, this wine is comprised of vineyards planted in several soils of Roa,vines which have been pruned in the traditional manner and grafted on to old vines of the family. Aged for twelve months in French oak, the Senorio de Valdermoso is the result of great work on the vineyards and careful production techniques.



Raventos i Blanc Cava Brut Rose 2012 Raventos i Blanc Cava Brut Rose 2012 $29.00

A truly remarkable vintage rose cava. Delicious nose of blueberry and raspberry scones with tiny pin prick bubbles. The monastrell brings just a faint whisp of blueberry and blackberry to the traditional apple, pear and light melon flavors. Finishes so clean and light.



Alvear Solera 1927 Alvear Solera 1927 $29.00

Grown in chalky soils at over 1,000 feet are the 40 year old vines that feed this solera., The grapes were hand-harvested at the peak of maturity and dried on mats producing an amazing nose of figs, maple syrup, creme brulee, toasted nuts and a hint of apricot marmalade. A decadent and viscous treat.,



Alvear Asuncion Oloroso Alvear Asuncion Oloroso $29.00

Dark amber in color, this Oloroso is 100% PX and shows the shows fig, caramel, honey roasted almonds flavors. Not as sweet as you'd expect with chocolate and molasses melting away quickly in the finish. Reminds ones of delicate toasted pastries.



Lopez De Heredia Gravonia Crianza White 2006 Lopez De Heredia Gravonia Crianza White 2006 $31.00

This is why we love Spain. Where else could you have the opportunity to drink a smoking good, 10+ year old bottle of white wine and not pay an arm and a leg? Massive oak, cream and pear dominate the nose and palate with a long, fruitful finish.





Lopez De Heredia Tondonia Gran Reserva Blanco 1991 Lopez De Heredia Tondonia Gran Reserva Blanco 1991 $92.00

Light gold. Explosively perfumed nose offers an array of citrus and orchard fruits, with exotic nuances of mace, chamomile and honey. Rich and deeply pitched but almost shockingly vibrant, offering spicy pear, nectarine and lemon pith flavors. Suavely blends richness and vivacity, finishing with excellent clarity and length. This should age at a snail's pace.



Lopez De Heredia Tondonia Gran Reserva 1994 Lopez De Heredia Tondonia Gran Reserva 1994 $98.00

Vivacious, intense aromas of candied cherry, fennel, tobacco, allspice with a hint of vanilla. The palate brings sweet red raspberry hints with and dark black cherry flavors and hints of rose peel. The slightly tart tempranillo is still quite vibrant despite its age. As the finish fades you’re left with a whisp of smoke and dusty stone.



Orchard Wine Cellar Movers and Shakers This Week

  • Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    #1 Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    First lets say that this is Not ChocoVine. This wine is actually made with eighty five percent Merlot and than has natural chocolate cream added to the mix. This is the wine for anyone looking for sweet red or the chocolate lover at home. Great gift for the holidays.
    (Holding the #1 spot)

  • Gran Passione

    #2 Gran Passione

    From the land of Amarone comes a delicious Merlot based blend. To perfectly ripe Merlot (60%) is added juice from dried Corvina grapes ala Amarone. Rich, deep and smooth, this is a remarkable Merlot that may just change your Merlot worldview! (behind by 2 bottles)

  • Misc

    #3 Misc

    (behind by 6 bottles)

  • Lavender Row Pinot Noir

    #4 Lavender Row Pinot Noir

    While French Burgundy may be the highest echelon of this grape, the warm and rugged south of France has a climate similar to CA and can make easy drinking affordable Pinots too. This affordable French beauty offers notes of toasted oak, rhubarb, strawberry, red flowers and crushed stone. But the nose! It truly explodes with the lavender that is grown all around the vines. (behind by 11 bottles)

Fun New Arrivals

  • Farm to Table

    Farm to Table

    A fun and lighter style from the cool mountains of Victoria. Aromas of fresh strawberry, cherry jam flirt with notes of forest floor a touch of peppery oak. Lively cola and raspberry flavors with vibrant acidity. Darn good value too!

  • Dancing Pines Gin

    Dancing Pines Gin

    A beautiful Colorado original. An aromatic, dry, refreshing spirit crafted with 6 botanicals, each contributing a unique component to the harmonious whole. Lovely bright citrus comes through on the finish prompting another sip, and another..

  • Poquito Moscato

    Poquito Moscato

    Lightly sparkling, fruity and sassy, Poquito is small in size but big on taste. Delicate floral aromas combine with a sweet yet refreshing palate of ripe peaches, pears and apricots. Apply liberally at any social occasion. Great right out of the bottle but really amazing with mint and rum as a mojito!

  • Maimai Syrah

    Maimai Syrah

    So pretty. Brings a clear nose of Gimblett Gravels terroir beneath lush soft blue and black fruit with lovely violet and lavender notes. Palate is clean, balanced and very approachable. Just a hint of the Northern Rhone's meatiness but mostly bright fruit and enough acidity to hold it in check. Maybe the best NZ Syrah out there??