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Why do we love this case?

What’s in a name? Everything, mofos, because this is indeed a mixed case filled with very good Spanish wines. An all-red, all-ready lineup of flamenco-flavoured vinos that’ll have you dancing well into the night. Or slumped on the kitchen table debating the latest political trend. Either way, just pour me another glass.

Each case contains two bottles of each of the following:

Red
Tempranillo
Rioja DOC

El Piadoso Rioja Reserva 2011
Meaty
Plum
Savoury
Medium-bodied
Rustic
Elegant
Sam Kim
Tony Keys

‘Reserva’ Rioja is right up there with the best, having been aged for at least one year in oak, and another two years in the bottle before release. That means that this tempranillo right here is so rustic and so elegant, and softened from its cellar time, that it’s a mystery how it maintains the vibrant plum and blackcurrant flavours of a young wine. This red is a truly high quality Spanish vino, for when you want to treat yo’self, or your special pal, to the diamond they deserve. I’d definitely say ‘yes’.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Grenache
Navarra

Palabra Pasada Navarra Grenache 2014
Bay Leaf
Blood Plum
Spicebox
Medium-bodied
Smooth
Refined
Sam Kim
Tony Keys

“Palabra pasada” literally means “the last word”. I’m yet to decide what my last word will be, but as a chubby, red-cheeked child my first word was “no”. I certainly wasn’t the most enthusiastic little fella to have crawling around the house. Fortunately, my tastes have changed over the years: I walk where I once crawled, I’ve swapped bottles of milk for bottles of wine and, most importantly, when offered a Spanish red for under $25 the only words to come out of my mouth are “sh*t yes.” I’m not sure what my last word will be, but as long as it comes out of a mouth that’s enjoyed as much graciano garnacha as humanly possible, I’ll die a happy man.

You'd pay $20.00 full price

Red
Grenache
Spain

Tintoralba Spain Grenache 2016
Black Cherry
Blackcurrant
Cloves
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep
Wines Land of Quixote 2017
MonoVino 2017
Guía del Vino 2017

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Spain makes the best value, top-tasting vino in the world. I can’t get enough of it. Take this grenache, for example, with 94 points, two gold medals and a price tag of just $9 a bottle. It’s like Spanish Christmas every day – no siesta, just fiesta. Slightly acidic with dark blackberry and cherry fruits, this vino unfolds in the mouth and is perfectly suited to all your meaty, cheesy needs. Think Spain: hunks of bread and cheese, slices of jamon and very long nights. What could go wrong?

You'd pay $20.00 full price

Red
GSM
Spain

Cellars Baronia Cims del Montsant Spain GSM 2013
Blood Plum
Orange
Strawberry
Full-bodied
Chalky
Bold
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
Spanish import

This is a really cool Spanish vino from a producer out Barcelona way, so you know it’s down to party. A full-bodied blend of grenache and carignan, it’s a gold medal winner and is super pretty with a mix of bright red fruits and darker plum and berry flavours. A focused finish will distract from whatever you’re doing, so give yourself time and space to enjoy this delicious, delectable red beaut.

You'd pay $28.00 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 and at 50% off, 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

Red
Mataro
Spain

Bodegas Olivares Altos de la Hoya Spain Mataro 2015
Blackberry
Dark Chocolate
Raspberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

“Intense and brooding,” this vino is made from ungrafted, old Monastrell vines in the Jumilla region and blended with a touch of garnacha. You’ll find blackberry and plum fruits as well as notes of mocha and dried herbs. “With perfectly integrated oak,” according to Robert Parker, “the palate feels compact and balanced with fine tannins and good acidity.” Muy bueno.

You'd pay $25.00 full price