Wines from the north-eastern Costa Brava area of Spain are classed under the Denominación de Origen Empordà – until 2006 it was known as DO Empordà-Costa Brava, associating the popular tourist destination with the region. The regulations in the area are not too strict, permitting a wide variety of grape types to be used in their wine.
Rigau Ros Crianza, Emporda - Costa Brava, 2014Made with a true passion for wine this Crianza from Spains Costa Brava is aged for one year in oak butts, followed by bottle ageing which gives it it's ruby-red colour and fine, intense aromas. Ripe black fruit and wood toast flavours blend together in perfect harmony to make a truly special wine. Learn More
Rigau Ros Gran Reserva, Emporda - Costa Brava, 2011
Matured in oak barrels for 24 months and aged in bottle for a further 24 months for a full round flavour. Ruby red in colour with intense aromas this wine is a splendid harmony of fruit and oak.Learn More