If anyone embodies the promise and spirit of “The New Spain,” it’s Alvaro Palacios. Descendientes de J. Palacios—named after Alvaro’s father—produces as many as seven different wines, depending on the year. And since the first vintage in 1999, Descendientes has proven that it is Spain’s closest kin to the great domaines of Burgundy’s Côte d’Or.
The grapes for Alvaro Palacios Villa de Corullón 2015 come from vines between 50 and 100 years old, from six villages. Light, balanced freshness and crunchy, with an underlying stripe of minerality. Clean, chalky with good intensity. Learn More