JOYA Sangria is a Spanish jewel that will excite any palate. In fact, the word JOYA is Spanish for jewel.
Its origins are in the small town of La Puebla de Almoradiel, nestled between the rolling hills and vast plains of Castilla La Mancha. Here, in the corner of Spain known for its wine¬making traditions since before the time of Don Qixote, a prestigious family winery is transforming noble grape varieties into this vibrant, authentic and Premium Sangria layered with all-natural essences of fresh Mediterranean fruits.
JOYA is distinct from other Sangrias on the market today due to its fuller-bodied 12% ABV, versus competitors at 7.0% to 8.5% ABV. Why does this matter? Simple. JOYA Sangria will maintain its great taste and alcohol down to the last drop – even after cooling with ice. It’s a fuller taste you and your guests will appreciate.
JOYA Sangria is ready to drink. Serve chilled or over ice. Garnish with fresh fruit if desired.
Region: Ribera del Duero
Kenefick Ranch consists of 125 acres of mostly red Bordeaux varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Malbec. Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Marsanne and Grenache Blanc are grown for white wine. Petite Sirah and Syrah complete the portfolio. Ten percent of production is used in Kenefick Ranch wines while the rest of the fruit is sourced out to Nickle & Nickle, Eisele Vineyards, Cade-Plumpjack, Merryvale, Raymond, Caymus and a few other small producers.
Kenefick Ranch Vineyards is owned by retired San Francisco neurosurgeon Dr. Thomas P. Kenefick, and his two children Caitlin and Chris Kenefick. A native to St. Paul, Minnesota, he is a product of the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Mayo Clinic who, in 1969, ventured west and joined San Francisco Neurosurgical Medical Group. Shortly thereafter, Dr. Kenefick fell in love with the Napa wine country and its products and began cultivating his new passion for wine growing and wine making.
In 2006, Kent Jarman left Duckhorn to join Robbie Meyer in making Kenefick Ranch wines and one year later became the sole Winemaker. His obsession with consistency and quality produces outstanding wines.
Region: Napa Valley
Country: United States
La Ferme Du Mont
An endless passion for the best Grenache grapes. An authentic and dynamic place. 50 hectares of old vines are cultivated on the estate incorporating several AOC’s. Additional long term partnerships with growers on selected terroirs, e.g. fermage. Location offering unique terroir and climate. A dedicated team driven by the love of Fine Wines.
Our vines grow in a completely natural environment in harmony with Provencal vegetation. The vines are tended all year long with the sole aim of producing top quality fruits. No chemicals or pesticides are used (other than in the case of disease). We believe that Fine Wine can only be produced from top quality grapes.
Region: Rhone Valley
Lagar de Bezana
Alto Cachapoal is a stunning Chilean micro-terroir within the Rapel Valley located in the foothills of the Andes. The climate is Mediterranean, the soils are alluvial, and the altitude is 2,000 feet. Wines from Alto Cachapoal have intense color and aromatic concentration, a bright acidity, and restrained tannins. At Lagar de Bezana we only produce a limited amount of wine from our single vineyard. We believe that making wines is an art, which is represented through the drawings on our labels by famous Chilean artist Bororo. The owner is Rene Piantini and the winemaker is Benjamín Leiva; general manager Daniela Rojas has been President of MOVI. The modern winery is gravity-fed, and is surrounded by 130 acres of estate vines.
Region: Alto Cachapoal
The Lamadrid winery is owned by Guillermo García Lamadrid, and the winemaker and President is Héctor Durigutti. Lamadrid owns three vineyards in Agrelo: Finca La Matilde (planted 1929), Finca Lamadrid (planted 1973), and Finca La Suiza (planted 2004). Each wine comes from one of these Agrelo single vineyards and only indigenous yeasts are used, with no fining or filtration. The winery combines a unique mix of traditional and cutting-edge winemaking. The district of Agrelo, in the department of Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, is called “the land of the Malbec.” This is one of the oldest and most premier growing regions in Argentina. Lamadrid strives to represent the best expression of the beautiful terroir of Agrelo.
Step in to Marc Cellars and you’re transported to a simpler time. Behind our cellar door, we’re applying Old World traditional winemaking techniques to exemplary fruit sourced from the finest vineyards in California. Minimal handling, cold soaking and open-top fermentation are just a few of the methodologies we utilize to bring each wine to its ultimate expression.
Country: United States
Marie Duffau Armagnac
Born in 1875, Prosper Delord started the company as an itinerant distiller. He gained a reputation for his dedication and expertise by carting his traveling pot still around to the farms in the Bas Armagnac region. He later married Marie Duffau and in 1925, they officially founded the company with their son Gaston and established the business as a permanent site in Lannepax.
The Armagnacs were sold under the two names, Delord or Marie Duffau, each named taken from a Grandmother of the family. Today, great grandsons Jerome and Sylvain carry on the same tradition, having established a reputation for quality that is unsurpassed.
Region: Bas Armagnac
The flavours and tastes of Salento are perfectly represented by Masso Antico wines, that combine the ancient methods of vinification from Apulia, that provides a process of drying grapes in the vineyard, with a slow maturation in barrels, celebrating the territory and the maritime climate. A unique combination of land and environment perfectly embodied in Masso Antico organic range. From the grapes to the bottle, following only a natural process
The moment you step on Wairarapa soil your heart starts to beat to a calmer rhythm, time slows down enough for you to catch your breath, drink in the spectacular scenery that surrounds you and you feel your body start to relax.
Matahiwi Estate is located in the very heart of the Wairarapa and we pride ourselves on being an award-winning family-owned winery. We have adopted an extensive hands-on approach to our wine-making in line with those used by the finest international wine producers whilst utilizing the latest developments in technology.
Country: New Zealand
Don't be fooled by his look, Mister is a modern Hawke's Bay love story. The love of the grape, the land, the adventure and the road that lead you there. Slightly left of centre, Mister is as clever as it is curious, bold as it is beautiful, dapper in dress-sense only and modern to the core. So banish the kerchief to your back pocket and settle in. Understated, never. Magnificent, always.
Region: Hawke's Bay
Country: New Zealand