José Simón Elarba: [José Elarba] 5 Wines you Should Buy in 2017


The List of Wines You Have to Taste this 2017

We took the risk to put the best wines of 2016 together in a list based on the experts’ opinion. Check the following wines and start tasting them this 2017.

It is not easy to select only 5 or even 20, but today, we took the risk to put the best wines of the world 2016 together in a list based on the experts’ opinion. Check the following wines and start tasting each one of them this 2017.
  • Moscatel. Portugal 2013

José Simón Elarba: [José Elarba] 5 Wines you Should Buy in 2017

Perfumed and very aromatic with an elegant and yet fresh nose of orange peel, spice, nuts, raisins. The bitter marmalade and burnt sugar twist on the palate is really delicious. For this price bracket, it’s fabulous. Knockout wine that hardly wants for anything.
There is nothing more exceptional than this dense wine which has the power to take you to Rheingau Riesling. Its nose will attract all your sense with deliciously baked apple and spicy lime aromas. This wine presents an energetic and vibrant palate with a prominent minerality and impressive concentration of tangerine and white stone fruit. If looking for something fresh, this exquisite wine is for you.
  • Tres Palmas, Fino. Spain 20. NV
José Simón Elarba: [José Elarba] 5 Wines you Should Buy in 2017

There are treasures and this wine. Multi-layered, with a creamy nose of dark caramel, butterscotch, salted liquorice, honey and roasted hazelnuts. Its palate is full of strong and rich showing peat, iodine, orange peel, a touch of cigar ash and an extraordinarily long, saline finish. You cannot miss this one.
Deep and bright with ripe red and black fruit aromas, and a spicy tannic structure. This wine will provide you an ingenious and great harmonious core. With a long palate, the Istrian offers intense, elderberry, black and red currant flavors, with a fresh and ripe finish.
  • Rare Brut. France 2002
José Simón Elarba: [José Elarba] 5 Wines you Should Buy in 2017

Nose of extremely delicate toast and apples; an elegant palate and dry with a chalky, mineral subtlety and honeyed citrus fruit that you will definitely love. The Rare Brut is a gift champagne from the gods that is rich and finely structured at the same time. Great to enjoy this season.

-José Elarba

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