Not content to basque (get it) in past glories, our eyes are on the next generation of winemakers from across Spain and Europe. Our catalogue is the product of our talented team of wine weirdos. Each wine has run the Moreno gauntlet, ensuring it delivers on our ‘holy trinity’; Price, Juice & Personality
Moreno Wines Catalogue
Pale yellow coloured and bright tasting Cava. Subtle aroma of white fruits with citrus notes. Silky, fruity, and fresh, with some crunchy green apple flavours on the palate.
'The' summer rose. Organically farmed and vegan friendly, this is best enjoyed in the sunshine with pals. Made from Garnacha grapes from the Penedes region of Spain, this is easy summer drinking at it's best.
A fresh wine brimming with creamy stone fruits, minerality and a zingy citric acidity. FMade with 100% Xarel-Lo grapes, a variety from Penedes, Catalonia. This is a refreshing wine with a lot of sass, developed to promote consumption of wine in this locality. The label is made up of local Catalan dialect, some (possibly most) are pretty rude!
El Cabronet is from the Penedes region of Catalunya, Spain. This youthful blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon uses hand harvested grapes from a single farm.Beautifully subtle oak ageing softens the tannins whilst retaining the bold flavours. A modern and fun style of wine from a vineyard with outstanding knowledge and heritage. Full bodied & dry. Ripe red berry, vanilla oak, chocolate & fresh herbs. It's got it all.
Adega Ponte de Barca was founded in 1963 right in the middle of Vinho Verde. A region itself with over 2000 years of winemaking history. The winery commits itself to the principle that ‘the origin counts’ and being inspired by this history they work with wine growers to produce these scintillating, fresh wines that helped put the region on the map.
Unfiltered Albillo Real. Macerated on the skins for 12 hours, the wine is then aged for on lees in centuries old barrels. Aromatic, fresh with bright, fleshy stone fruit and white flower notes. Brilliantly vibrant acidity and a beautiful structure.
Viura, Garnacha Blanca, Malvasia. Glorious, rich and textured skin contact white. An epic palate coating adventure. There are few better winemaker stories than that of Phinca Hapa's Melanie Hickman and her American bulldog 'Hapa'. Originally from Hawaii, Melanie fell in love with a Riojan winemaker David Sampedro of Phinca Bhilar and move to start a life in Spain. Her passion for wine has lead her to purchase her own vineyard plots and start her Struggling Vines natural winemaking project.
Juicy and smooth with tons of black cherry and a touch of spice. 'The' wine for Roast Pork. Venta la Vega has quickly proved to be one of our favourite producers, making amazing fruit forward and easy to enjoy wines. Organically made, beautifully packaged and a price tag that'll very much please you. Bodegas Venta la Vega is located in the mountainous clay, limestone area of Almansa and includes more than 850 hectares of ecological farmland. The estate has areas under vine up to 1200 metres which encourages the creation of distinct, natural microclimates than enable the land to be farmed using sustainable and ecological techniques. Jose Angel Martinez is the talented oenologist behind these wines, who proudly champions expressing the native grape varieties.
Brilliant value, spicy and smoky wine - powered by juicy, brambly fruits. You will never go back to Châteauneuf-du-Pape, after trying this for £10 less!. This wine is what we call "Made by Moreno". Darriaud comes from our very own vineyards in Cairanne and is expertly put together by winemaker extraordinaire Julien Dugas. You will not find better value for money as you are buying directly from the producer.
Luscious black berry, and ripe dark fruits, leather, cigar and hint of vanilla, held together in perfect balance with silky tannins. Harvested from old vines, drinking from clay over limestone terroir. Decant when young, enjoy with food. Produced with minimal intervention, sustainably and vegan.
Majuelo is a traditional Castilian word used by our grandparents to refer to vineyards, small, distributed strains irregularly and always onmarginal, poor land. From here comes the idea of making this wine, from a selection of Tinto Fino in gravel soils, which are marginal and very poor soils, with a little vigor, achieving a perfect balance giving very fine and elegant wines, with a long journey in time.