Over 100 growers, more than five hundred wines (and a few cidres!) from 6 countries, 3 continents, more appellations than we care to admit, but all say something unique about the place where they were created.Winter 2023 Catalogue
Everything old is new again at Celler del Roure. Not only has Pablo Calatayud rescued Mandó from obscurity, if not extinction, but he's restored his 17th-century subterranean cellar with its intact amphorae. Whether it is his take on Monastrell with his Vins Classics, his ancestral Vins Antics aged in amphorae, or his playfully pink Les Filles d'Amalia range, each wine from Roure is unique, vibrant, and persistent in its balance of fruit and savory elements. All can be from no other place than Moixent in Valencia.
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