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Mmmencia, monastrell, garnacha, tempranillo... even the variety names make me drool. It might just be a Pavlov’s dog-type reaction given the sumptuous Spanish reds I’ve had in the past, so please excuse me while I clean myself up. A quick warning though - this collection of reds will have you drooling too, so crack out the manchego and the jamón and invite a bunch of friends over because this is going to get intense, real fast.

Remember it’s only a six pack and you might need to order in many multiples. Each six pack contains one bottle of the following irresistible wines:

Red
Grenache
Rioja

Tritium Rioja Alta Rioja Grenache 2015
Cherry
Strawberry
Wild Berries
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
Guía Peñín
Spanish Import

This Spanish garnacha comes from the Rioja Alta, the highest subregion in Rioja. It sits about 300m higher than the neighbouring Rioja Baja, and the elevation and cooler temperatures lead to elegant red wines, like this tasty little vino rocking 96 points. Made from vines between 95 and 111-years-old, it’s a super fruity wine with cherries and strawberries at the forefront and, like most Riojas, has spent a fair chunk of time in French oak. It’s an import that’s not to be missed if you’re a fan of wines with a bit of Spanish flair.

You'd pay $70.00 full price

Red
Tempranillo
Rioja

Tritium Rioja Alta Rioja Tempranillo 2015
Cherry
Raspberry
Redcurrant
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
Guía Peñín

What’s an ‘Alta’? Now there’s a good question. Rioja Alta is a subregion of Rioja translating as ‘high Rioja’. As with all things wine, altitude is a good thing for quality (to a point, obviously - not much tempranillo grown on Mt Everest). So it’s home to finer, lower alcohol styles of the style, which also have a particular affinity for oak, and lap it up to envelop its flavours in stupendous fruit. This is where elegant Rioja comes from. This is an excellent example, so all that’s left is for you to find out what Alta tastes like yourself. It’s gonna Rioja your world.

You'd pay $70.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Spain

Locations E5 Red Blend
Black Cherry
Blackcurrant
White Pepper
Full-bodied
Silky
Rich
Critics Challenge
Wine Review Online
Robert Parker

Locations blend grapes from multiple regions in an attempt to make a unique expression of a larger area. It’s awesome. Take this red blend, for example. The E stands for España, and winemaker Dave Phinney has sourced grapes from Rioja, Toro, Ribera del Duero and Jumilla to create a huge Spanish red that’s received 96 points from Critics Challenge & Wine Review Online, as well as 93 points from the man himself, Robert Parker. This is a blend of grenache, tempranillo, monastrell and carignan taken from some of Spain’s oldest vines. The result is a dark vino with white pepper, tobacco and blackcurrants on the nose. Flavours of plums and dark raspberries reign supreme, with subtle notes of vanilla too. There’s no siesta here, just fiesta.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Spain

Losada Vinos De Finca El Pajaro Rojo 2016
Blueberry
Cherry
Rose Petal
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
James Suckling
Spanish Import

This wine is made from a really interesting grape called mencia. It’s a Spanish varietal the wine geeks are getting excited over, a medium-bodied grape that’s quite earthy and savoury and bringing the fight to tempranillo and garnacha. It’s super aromatic, super rustic, and this particular example has picked up 92 points from James Suckling thanks to its juicy blueberry flavours. Drink it now and drink it all.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

Red
Mataro
Spain

Familia Castano Hecula Monastrell Spain Mataro 2015
Cherry
Licorice
Redcurrant
Full-bodied
Rustic
Deep
Wine Merchant's Top 100
Korea Wine Challenge 2017
Best Value Trophy Wine Merchant's Top 100

Mataro, mourvedre, monastrell – whatever your preference, it’s all good booze. This Spanish monastrell comes from the Yecla region, in the east of the country, and was awarded a Best Value Trophy and a gold medal in Wine Merchant’s Top 100 awards, as well as a gold medal at the Korean Wine Challenge 2017. Red cherries rule supreme in the glass, with spices and woody notes supporting this elegant wine. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Spain runs the world of incredible value vino and nowhere is that more evident than with this award-winning, gold medal wine for under ten bucks a bottle.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

Red
GSM
Spain

Cellars Baronia Englora Spain GSM 2013
Licorice
Prunes
Strawberry
Full-bodied
Fine
Concentrated

Ask John Clark, Mofo Wine Buyer, about this vino and all he’ll say is “bloody good Spanish wine” as he licks his wine-stained lips. It’s all we need to know about this GSM, really. Black and red fruits, florals and spice all play a part in this smooth beaut. This is a pretty special, very affordable Spanish import that’ll have your pals coming over for paella every night.

You'd pay $40.00 full price