RAW (Really Awesome Wines)

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RAW (Really Awesome Wine) began as San Isidro Cooperative in 1954. At that time 131 winegrowers were determined to produce wines to become commercialized over Spanish territories. Their commitment was demonstrated by maintaining regular attention to the vineyards and prioritizing product outcome with work needed regardless of the weather or geopolitical conditions. With the increased demand for their products, more than 50 years of experience and the growth of a great human team, in 2007 San Isidro implemented an “export” business model. This name represents the quality and environmental care that is a historical way of doing business with international companies.RAW is a point of reference in the wine sector. This is no small measure a direct result of its experience producing organic / ecological wines while exceeding the latest technical standards.

Wines from RAW

RAW White Blend

Blend: Verdejo, Airen, Sauvignon Blanc
Aging: 7 months in stainless steel tanks.

Pale yellow in color with the aromas of mineral and citrus on the nose. When tasted, a light and fresh bouquet of peach, minerals and citrus bloom on the palate. Serve chilled and enjoy with friends around a table of tapas.

RAW Rosado

Blend: Secret of the winemaker
Aging: 5 months in stainless steel tanks.

Vivid, pale pink in color with the aromas of strawberries and white flowers on the nose. When tasted, a light and fresh bouquet of strawberries, raspberries and citrus bloom on the palate. Serve chilled and enjoy with friends around a table of tapas.

RAW Red Blend

Blend: Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, Merlot

Aging: 6 to 8 months in stainless steel tanks.

Deep purple in color with the aromas of dark fruit and spices on the nose. When tasted, a rich bouquet of chocolate, spices and dark fruit explode on the palate. Serve slightly chilled and enjoy with friends around a table of tapas.

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