cellar spartico

 

 

 

 

Easy to drink, fruity and healthy varietal from Spain

Spartico, a Spanish Tempranillo, crafted by Bodegas Iranzo — Spain’s Oldest Estate Bottled Winery at the Finca Cañada Honda at 850 meters above sea level, with evidence of vineyard production dating back to 1335 — is the first USDA Certified Organic No Sulfites Added (NSA) wine from Spain available in major outlets in the USA. The suggested retail price for the wine is $13.99-15.99

 

 

 

Spartico, a Spanish Tempranillo, crafted by Bodegas Iranzo — Spain’s Oldest Estate Bottled Winery at the Finca Cañada Honda at 850 meters above sea level, with evidence of vineyard production dating back to 1335 — is the first USDA Certified Organic No Sulfites Added (NSA) wine from Spain available in major outlets in the USA including Publix. The suggested retail price for the wine is $13.99-15.99

Bodegas Iranzo has developed a proprietary method to ensure the wine’s stability. “It took us several years to perfect a winemaking process that would create a quality and stable wine without the use of any added sulfites,” said Francisco Galbardón, the chief winemaker for Bodegas Iranzo, is also the Director of the most prestigious School of Enology in Spain Escuela de Viticultura y Enología de Requena.  

The name Spartico and the label design are derived from the word Esparto, or Esparto Grass. For centuries Esparto Grass has grown alongside Spain’s vineyards, providing various forms of life sustenance (woven tapestry, coverings, papers) for the grower families.

 “We are thrilled to be able to offer our customers the first Spanish NSA Certified Organic wine,” said Edward Field of Natural Merchants, the distributors in the US. “NSA organic wines have grown in popularity in the United States and now consumers will have a unique, high quality choice in the marketplace.” www.naturalmerchants.com .

 

 

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