Spanish Reds Wines

Raul Ramírez offers a great selection of red Spanish-inspired wines. All made using natural Spanish practice with zero additives.Book a wine tasting today and find out why they are so popular.

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Red Wine of the Month

Don Porfirio
Gran Reserva

Mezcla Tinta 2015


2016 Estate Garnacha Reserva

Only one hundred seventy-five cases were produced. Utilizing 100% French oak barrels for aging, the 2016 Estate Garnacha Reserva Red Wine is a fantastic choice for any special occasion.

2015 Estate Garnacha Reserva

Garnacha (Grenache) ripens late, so it needs hot, dry conditions such as those found in Spain, where the grape most likely originated.

2015 Estate Mezcla Tinta Reserva

This is a bold, rich wine bursting with blackberries, balanced with touches of smoke, leather, and tobacco leaves. 100% French oak.
Pair with a burger, barbecue, and medium-age cheeses.

2015 Vino Rojo Misterioso

An elegant but easy-going-wine, it boasts lush black fruits on the nose with blackberry and dark cherries. Tight tannins will smooth out with some bottle aging over the next years.

2014 Estate Tempranillo Reserva

Aromas of notable intensity, hints of spices such as pepper, vanilla, and bitter chocolate. On the palate, it is balanced, with a soft touch of acidity to give it good potential for cellaring, Good finish.

2016 Don Porfirio Gran Reserva Estate Mezcla Tinta

2016 Don Porfirio Estate Mezcla Tinta Gran Reserva Reserva Red Wine was named in honor of the influence Raul’s grandfather had on his young life.The Gran Reserva blend has 67% Tempranillo, 14% Monastrell, 14% Garnacha, woth 5% Petite Sirah.

2015 Don Porfirio Estate Gran Reserva Mezcla Tinta

Big jammy berries, spicy and lively brightness tame firm tannin. This wine can be aged for many years to come. 100% French oak.

2016 Estate Monastrell Reserva

Monastrell. An intensely bold, smoky red wine found in abundance in Central Spain and Southern France (where it’s known as Mourvèdre). A “Reserva” has been aged at least three years, with at least one of those in the barrel.