You are buying it at a lower price because it has some kind of defect on the bottle, such as a stained or ripped label, or a damaged capsule.
We will not accept any claims related to this kind of defects.
The content has not suffered any damage, is the same as in a normal bottle. These products only have certain defects on their bottles.
Please note: you are buying a primeur wine.
You are buying en primeur wine, this means you are buying it the best price because you are paying now but you will receive it it from the end of next summer, once the winery finishes with its elaboration.
Discover all the official designations of origin that exist to certify Spanish wine: Designation of Origin, Single Estate Wines, Quality Wines and Regional Wines. Their history, climate, grape varieties and what the finished product is like.
Designation of Origin
Wines elaborated within a Denominación de Origen (Designation of Origin) are prestigious wines, produced in a specific area and according to the rules fixed by the Regulation Council.
A Vino de Pago (single-estate wine) is the maximum distinction that can be given to a wine in Spain. Pagos are small production areas, sometimes even a plot, whose microclimate or soil has specific characteristic which are considerably different from the surrounding lands’. Only wines from the same winery can be obtained from each Pago.
Vinos de Calidad (Quality wines) are wines produced or elaborated from grapes from a specific region or place. In addition, their production, elaboration and ageing take place in the same area, although the rules they need to comply with are not as exigents as in the case of a DO.
Vinos de la Tierra
Vinos de la Tierra are wines elaborated in a specific region, which share certain characteristics. Less exigent regulations are applied in this case.