- This robust red is a passion project of Patricia Benítez and her debut vintage as an Angel-funded winemaker. An homage to Spain’s world-famous Ribera del Duero, this red courses with elegant red and black fruit flavors, backed by a subtle layer of spice from barrel-aging in French oak.
- Patricia crafted this luxurious red from hand-harvested Tempranillo grown in a 100-year-old vineyard in northwestern Spain, where extreme altitude and cool winds help the grapes develop a deeply intricate set of flavors.
- With so much complexity packed into one bottle, this is one powerful red you’re going to want to let air out for at least an hour or two to get the full, luxurious range of flavors. Or, with an exclusive $21 savings, you could scoop up a few bottles and put them away to keep developing over the next several years.
- If you love a good, classic Tempranillo, wait 'til you get a taste of this delectable Crianza (a.k.a., Tempranillo that's been aged a year in oak and a year in the bottle)... the rich red fruits, peppery spice and big, luxurious finish will leave your taste buds wanting more.
- With Angel funding, Antonio harvested grapes from one of Spain's most prestigious wine regions, right on the banks of the Duero river. The stony river soil makes the vines work twice as hard, which gives Antonio grapes with intense depth of flavor and complexity.
- Your scrumptious red is perfect for savory dishes like juicy rack of lamb with freshly-cracked pepper. (Don’t forget to let it breathe for a bit before sipping.) ¡Salud!
- This Spanish red is a luscious balance of elegant dark fruit backed by a layer of toasty spice from over a year of barrel-aging. Winemakers Marta Ramas & Miguel Fisac carry out every step of their winemaking by hand, guiding this Tempranillo from a revered 90-year-old vineyard to each bottle.
- Small, high-quality wineries like Valdaya rely almost entirely on restaurant wine sales, but when the pandemic closed the restaurants that proudly stocked their wines, Marta and Miguel feared they would have to close Valdaya entirely.
- When Angels came along, your $5 million Covid Relief fund allowed Naked to buy a third of Valdaya’s wines outright, saving the winery from shutting down and supplying wine drinkers everywhere with exquisite wines like this Spanish red.