Easter is coming: we encourage you to make your selection early to ensure you've the right wines to enjoy over the holiday weekend.
Founded in 2005 by four friends, who met while studying at university, Envínate literally means ‘wine yourself’. Their passion was the ancient terroirs of Ribeira Sacra, the Canary Islands and Almansa, and when they left university they each went to different corners of Spain, to make wine with the same philosophy, under the same Envínate umbrella. Espousing traditional farming, and non-interventionist winemaking, they’re currently being touted as some of Spain’s most remarkable wines.
Currently there are four different projects under the Envínate umbrella: Lousas overseen by Alfonso Torrente in Ribeira Sacra, Táganan and Benje by Roberto Santana in Tenerife, and Albahra in Almansa by Laura Ramos and José Martínez. And today we’re thrilled to introduce the wines from Tenerife, from Táganan and Benje.
Their wines come from single vineyards, as well as a few being a blend of specific plots. Although all come from the small island of Tenerife, each bottling has its own, remarkable, character. Every wine warrants discovery.
Ready 2023 - 2033
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Ready 2023 - 2035
Ready 2023 - 2031