Wines aging in concrete or cement tanks

Wines with purer flavours

Cement or concrete is porous, which allows wines to gradually oxygenate, so a well made concrete vat gives the same results as an excellent oak vat, but concrete, being neutral, leaves no mark and results in wines with purer flavours.

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Envínate Albahra 2020

Spain   D.O. La Mancha (Castilla La Mancha)

Envínate Albahra 2020
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Price £13.15
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Altaroses 2019

Spain   D.O. Montsant (Catalonia)

Altaroses 2019
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Biodynamic
Price £16.33
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Pardas Sus Scrofa 2020

Spain   D.O. Penedès (Catalonia)

Pardas Sus Scrofa 2020
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Organic
Price £11.92
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Altos las Hormigas Malbec Clásico 2018

A blend to introduce you to the Argentine Malbec in all its splendour

Argentina   Mendoza (Mendoza)

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Price £13.83
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Graci Etna Rosso 2019

Tasty volcanic minerality

Italy   DOC Etna Rosso (Sicily)

Graci Etna Rosso 2019
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Organic
Price £22.23
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Motor Callet 2020

An expressive Mediterranean red

Spain   VT Mallorca (Balearic Islands)

Motor Callet 2020
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Natural
Price £17.35
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Pedro Parra y Familia Trane 2019

Pure granite expression

Chile   Valle de Itata (Región vitícola del Sur)

Pedro Parra y Familia Trane...
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Price £39.70
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Pedro Parra y Familia Imaginador 2019

The depth and minerality of “New Chile”

Chile   Valle de Itata (Región vitícola del Sur)

Pedro Parra y Familia...
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Organic
Price £24.05
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Pedro Parra y Familia Hub 2018

An intense, vibrant and seductively mineral Cinsault

Chile   Valle de Itata (Región vitícola del Sur)

Pedro Parra y Familia Hub 2018
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Price £54.12
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Tentenublo Custero 2019

A new generation fruity Rioja with good texture

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

Tentenublo Custero 2019
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Price £15.40
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Sindicat La Figuera 2020

Fruity and light for a great price

Spain   D.O. Montsant (Catalonia)

Sindicat La Figuera 2020
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Price £10.52
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La Bicicleta Voladora 2020

A fruity, fresh and light coupage

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

La Bicicleta Voladora 2020
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Price £10.05
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Eremitas Amón de Kélia 2019

A white made in the image of a terroir

Portugal   DOC Douro (Douro)

Eremitas Amón de Kélia 2019
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Price £18.32
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Montsecano Refugio Pinot Noir 2019

A fresh Pinot Noir with a marked natural character

Chile   Valle de Casablanca (Valle de Casablanca)

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Price £23.67
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La Vieille Ferme Rouge 2019

A pleasant wine at a ridiculously low price

France   AOC Luberon (Rhone)

La Vieille Ferme Rouge 2019
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Price £8.65
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Mas Amiel Vertigo 2020

France   AOC Côtes-du-Roussillon (Languedoc-Roussillon)

Mas Amiel Vertigo 2020
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Organic
Price £14.80
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Mas Amiel Le Plaisir 2020

France   AOC Côtes-du-Roussillon (Languedoc-Roussillon)

Mas Amiel Le Plaisir 2020
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Organic
Price £13.87
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Domaine des Tourelles Red 2019

A blend full of flavor and character

Lebanon   Bekaa Valley (Bekaa Valley)

Domaine des Tourelles Red 2019
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Price £15.61
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Laventura Malvasia 2019

A surprising Malvasía made with skin-contact maceration

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

Laventura Malvasia 2019
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Price £19.26
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When we think of cement or concrete, we think of a group of workers constructing large buildings. However, for some time, wines aged in cement tanks are gaining popularity over wines aged in barrels.

Stainless steel tanks are also neutral but concrete is more insulating and has the ability to keep wine at a stable temperature during production. Inside these tanks everything happens in a more stable way and without sudden changes, which benefits the yeasts during fermentation and the wine during aging.

Another characteristic of this type of vat is that you can use aggregate materials that are part of the environment where the grapes are grown. A nice way of completing the natural cycle and including a unique identity and personality in the winemaking process for each wine.

If you are looking for neutral wines, with purer flavours and where the organoleptic characteristics of the grapes and the terroir stand out, cement or concrete tanks are excellent allies for this.

Why not experience for yourself some of the great cement-aged wines that seek this purity of flavour and take us on a journey to the essence of their varieties and terroirs.