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BOUTIQUE WINES - NOBOSS EXPORT S.L.

Jacinto Benavente, 2, 47195 Arroyo de la Encomienda
Spain

Telephone +34 639 250225
info@spanishboutiquewines.com

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  • Hall 10 / G171
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 10): stand G171

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.24  Spain
  • 01.01.24.07  Bierzo

Bierzo

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Bullas

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  • 01.01.24.13  Cava

Cava

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  • 01.01.24.20  Costers del Segre

Costers del Segre

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  • 01.01.24.40  Navarra

Navarra

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  • 01.01.24.41  Penedès

Penedès

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  • 01.01.24.44  Rías Baixas

Rías Baixas

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  • 01.01.24.46  Ribeiro

Ribeiro

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  • 01.01.24.47  Ribera del Duero

Ribera del Duero

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  • 01.01.24.50  Rioja

Rioja

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  • 01.01.24.51  Rueda
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  • 01.01.24.56  Tierra de León

Tierra de León

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  • 01.01.24.58  Toro

Toro

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Our products

Product category: Rueda

D.O. Rueda.

The Denomination of Origin Rueda was approved by the Ministry of Agriculture on January 12, 1980; it was the first Denomination of Origin to be approved in the Region of Castilla y León, after years of hard work in order to earn acknowledgement and protection for its autochthonous grape variety: the Verdejo.

This D.O. falls within the influence of the river Duero and is situated on a high plateau of gentle hills. Made up of 72 districts located in the provinces of Valladolid, Segovia and Ávila. The D.O. Rueda stands 700 to 800 metres above sea-level, and consists of flat highlands, with very long, cold winters, short springs with late frosts, and dry, hot summers, only altered by untimely storms.

The area has alluvial and flood terraces on the banks of the river Duero. Its grey-brown soils, rich in calcium and magnesium, stony but easy to farm, with good ventilation and draining, and limestone outcrops on the hilltops. Permeable and healthy, their texture varies from sandy-loamy to loamy

The Denomination of Origin Rueda is one of the few European winegrowing regions specialised in making white wine and in the preservation and development of the Verdejo, the autochthonous grape variety.

Rueda wines are marked by the strong personality of the Verdejo grape but other varieties have been incorporated: Sauvignon Blac, Viura y Palomino Fino.

The red varieties allowed are: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot y Garnacha.

Wines:

Whites

- Rueda Verdejo: At least 85%, but normally they are made with 100%, of Verdejo grape. Dry wines, with a minimum alcohol content of 11.5°

- Rueda: At least 50% of Verdejo grape, with a minimum alcohol content of 11°-

- Rueda Sauvignon: At least 85% of Sauvignon Blanc grape, with a minimum alcohol content of 11°.

- Rueda Espumoso: Made according to the traditional method, consisting of a second fermentation in the bottle and a period of aging in the bottle of no less than 9 months. Dry or semi-dry (at least 50% of Verdejo) and Brut or Brut Nature (at least 85% of Verdejo). Minimum alcohol content of 11.5°

- Rueda Dorado: Liquor wine, dry, achieved by means of an oxidizing aging process; must stays in oak barrels for at least two years prior to its being marketed. Golden colour, with slightly toasted aroma and flavour due to the long oxidation in oak barrels. Alcohol content of no less than 15°.

Rosé Wines

- Rueda Rosé: At least 50% of the red varieties authorized, with a minimum alcohol contest of 11°. Its optimum serving temperature is 8°C.

- Sparkling Rosé: At least 50% of the red varieties authorized. Made according to the traditional method, consisting of a second fermentation in the bottle and a period of aging in the bottle of no less than 9 months. Minimum of alcohol content of 11,5°

Red Wines

- Unoaked Red: Wines with no ageing process

- Crianza: Wines with an ageing process of no less than 24 months, at least 6 months of which must be spent in oak barrels.

- Reserva: Matured in oak barrels and in the bottle for a total period of at least 36 months; the ageing process in the barrel lasts 12 months.

- Gran Reserva: Long maturation process of at least 24 months in oak barrels and 36 months in the bottle.

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Product category: Ribeiro

Valdepuga

BASIC INFORMATION:
Varietal composition:
80% Treixadura, 10% Albariño, 5% Loureira and 5% Godello.
Soils:
We have sandy and granitic soils.
Vineyard:
We have 6 hectares (17 acres) approximately. Vineyards are situated in Reboreda and Padín, in the township of Puga (Toén,
Ourense).
Climatology:
Soft Atlantic weather with continental influence
HISTORY:
Valdepuga was created in 1998. At the beginning, the wines were elaborated at the family house ground floor. After an important investment, the cellar was moved to a new modern building. The current facilities were started to build in 2000. The winery is situated in Reboreda, in the township of Puga (Toén, Ourense), on the bank of the river Miño.
PRODUCTION:
Our grapes are picked by hand because it is impossible to use machinery in our vineyards due to the terrace. Bunches are sorted in the vineyard. Once the grapes arrive to the winery, the flower must is extracted with a soft pressing. After this process, the must is kept in stainless steel vats. First step is to make a static debourbage, during 24 hours. After the debourbage, fermentation takes place at controlled temperature in our new stainless-steel vats. Finally, the wine is aged at least 6 months in bottle, before starting to be commercialized.
SENSORY AND VISUAL ANALYSIS:
Tasting appearance:
It has a beautiful straw yellow colour, with green iridescence. It seems glyceric at first sight.
Tasting nose:
Frank, medium intensity. It is clean with fruity notes such as pineapple, citrus, mango and bone white fruit, against a background of white flowers.
Tasting palate:
It is fresh, lively and powerful on the palate, with a route marked by fruity notes and a long finish that invites to repeat.
Type of bottle:
Bordeaux.
CONSUMPTION:
Service:
Between 10 and 12º C (50-53,6F).
Food matches:
As a good Ribeiro wine, Valdepuga will match with  every kind of fish and shellfish. Furthermore, rice, white meat, marinade
meat, fresh cheeses, salads, etc.
PRESENTATION:
6 bottles carton box

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Product category: Ribera del Duero

D.O. Ribera del Duero.

The appellation Ribera del Duero was created on July 21st 1982 and it is one of the most prestigious Spanish appellations worldwide. It is located in Castilla y León (Spain), within a stretch of the Duero River basin, at the confluence of the provinces of Soria, Burgos, Segovia and Valladolid.

The appellation Ribera del Duero is in a high area, with an average elevation over 800 meters. Has a continental climate with extreme temperatures in summer and winter, susceptibility to frost and very often suffer long-term drought during the hot summers. The temperature variation between day and night in summer can range from 32 ºC during the day to 6ºC during the night.

Usually, the vines that survive to such extreme conditions produce dark, deeply aromatic and superbly structured wines, with intense concentration, style and longevity.

The most traditional variety in the area of the country is the “tinta del país” or “tinto fino", also called TEMPRANILLO, which occupies 60% of the vineyard. His name is shortening for "early", which refers to the fact that mature several weeks earlier than most of the Spanish grape varieties. This variety offers, in Ribera del Duero, more pigment and better fruit acidity than in other Spanish climates, qualities that make winemaking more elegant, better structured and rich.

Apart from Tempranillo, there are other varieties that are completely adapted to this area and are used to make cupages: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Garnacha Tinta, Albillo.

In Ribera del Duero, you will find rosé or red wines.

Rosé wines are fermented without the skin of the grape and can be enjoyed shortly after the harvest.

Young Reds are wines that have not been kept in wood or wines that have spent less than 12 months in casks. These wines reach the market just a few months after the harvest.

Crianza wines are wines that have spent, at least, 12 months in oak casks. They may not be sold until after the 1st October of the second year following the harvest.

Reserva wines are those wines that have been aged for 36 months between cask and bottle, and from these 36 months, at least, 12 in the oak barrels. They only reach the market after the 1st of December of the third year following the harvest.

Gran reserva wines are wines of an exceptional quality. They have been aged for 60 months, being ageing, at least, 24 months in the oak cask and then 36 months in the bottle. It may not be sold until after the 1st of December of the fifth year following the harvest.

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About us

Company details

Wine contains the heart of the land of which it was born, and the soul of the hands of which crafted it. We believe in artisanal wines that transmit the meticulous work and lively personalities of those whose hands it has passed. Simple wines that convey passion and do not leave anyone indifferent.

Boutique Wines connects craft wineries with wine importers. The aim is to help both parts to achieve what they desire.

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