Wines. Varieties.


  • Garnacha Tintorera, Monastrell, Graciano, Alarije, Cayetana and Pardina.

    Years of dedication in our Evandria vineyards have allowed us to reestablish traditional
    local grape varieties and nurture the unique colors and characteristics of their wines.
    The results are the distinctive Evandria wines made from genuine Iberian grape varieties.

    Although modern technology allows us to rediscover and sustain our roots,
    it is only by putting our heart and soul into our work that we can strive to
    produce a wine reflecting the unique personality of its origin and the people behind it.

      • ·         EVANDRIA VANGUARDIA Pioneers on growing and introducing minoritarian grape varieties.
      • ·         EVANDRIA Rosé Pinot Noir, Dry White Muscat, Seleccion de Tintos.


      We support biodiversity, that is why we have decided to introduce foreign varieties in our region such Pinot Noir, Muscat petit-grain and Merlot, seeking to obtain the maximum potential from the adaptation process of these varieties to the land.


    Muscat Seco

    Evandria Vineyards: Harvested at night and cold maceration with skins
    Tasting Notes: Nice golden color with bright appearance. On the nose, is a fragrance from the predominant aromas of this variety. Fresh and fruity flavor with long lasting aftertaste. Well balanced acidity.
    Gastronomy:This wine is particularly appropriate for starters and tapas, as well as for all kinds of seafood and fish.
    Best served at: 6º C

    Pinot Noir Rosado

    Grape variety: 100% Pinot Noir
    Making: This very young wine is likely to be the first rosé wine of the year within the Northern hemisphere. The grapes are harvested towards the end of July, thus the new vintage is released in early November every year.
    Tasting Notes: Yummy raspberry color. Fragrant nose, with notes of apricot and wild berries. Incredibly fresh and floral deep taste and well balanced acidity. This wine has been awarded a silver medal in the Berlin Wine Trophy 2010.
    Gastronomy: This wine is best suited to match Mediterranean food such as carpaccios, poultry and cured meat.
    Best served at: 7-8ºC


    Varieties: Syrah and Garnacha
    Winemaking: Hand harvested. Red vinification at 25-28ºC with skin contact for 15 days.

    Tasting Notes:
    Young and fresh purple colored red wine. On the nose, aromas of blackberry, violet and peppers. Full fruity taste and well balance.
    Recommended for: Meet, stew, roast, cured ham, vegetables and cheese.
    Service Temperature: 15-16º C

    Selección Garnacha

    Grape Variety: 100 % Garnacha
    Making: Hand harvested Red wine aged for 6 months in French oak.
    Tasting notes: Dark cherry red colour with violet hints, bright and intense grycerine. Delicate notes from rose wood, it exhibits a fruity raspberry aromas over a more mediterranean floral background.
    Well structured medium aged wine, with velvety tannins, smooth and rounded palate with strawberry notes and elegant oak complexity.
    Recomended for: Cheese, game, pasta, carpaccios.
    Service Temperature : 15-16º C


    Making: Hand harvested at the end of August. Temperature controlled red vinification on skins. Aged 6 months in American and French oak.
    Tasting notes: An intense red garnet color. Aromas of ripe fruits and toast precede a mineral palate with soft tannins finishing warm with hints of spices and wood.
    Recomended for: Perfect with red meat, barbecue, roast beef and hearty stews.
    Service Temperature : 16º C

    Selección de Tintos

    Winemaking:Medium aged red wine Hand harvested and red vinification.
    Tasting Notes:
    A bright and intense cherry red colour with berry fruit undertones. Complex aroma of blackberries, cherries, chocolate and jam. Full bodied and velvety wine with soft tannins which give a smooth long lasting taste.
    Recommended for: Meet, stew, roast, cured ham, vegetables and cheese.
    Service Temperature: 15-16º C