Category Archives: LOS HERMANOS HOMENAJE A CATALUNA
When it comes down to all-round good fun, solid drinking, this is a real highlight. A homage to the blended wines of Spain’s Cataluqa, this delicious mix of tempranillo, mataro and garnacha is pack-full of rich dark berry fruit, savoury … Continue reading
A blend of 47% tempranillo from the King Valley, 35% mataro and 18% garnacha, estate grown; a light bodied, fresh, juicy and crisp wine with spicy red fruit flavours and a clean finish; neither oak nor tannins make their mark. … Continue reading
With a nod to the wines of Spain’s north-east, locally grown tempranillo, mataro and grenache join forces to provide a bright and perfumed red that smells of blackcurrent, lavender, white pepper and earth. Soft and spicy on the palate, it … Continue reading
Los Hermanos, or siblings Zoe and Rollo Crittenden, continue on their Spanish theme with this terrific blend of tempranillo, mataro and garnacha – their “homage to Catalonia”. They’ve created a red that’s perfect for summer on the lighter side of medium … Continue reading
Rollo Crittenden of Crittenden Estate in the Mornington Peninsula was named Young Gun winemaker for 2010 because of his innovative style. Together with his sister Zoe, he produces excellent wines in the Spanish style. This is a lovely blend of … Continue reading
There are many good examples [of Tempranillo] in Australia. Crittenden’s Los Hermanos from the Mornington Peninsula is cracking value. Neil Perry, The Age Good Weekend, November 27 2010.
Made by the winner of the Young Gun of Wine Awards, Rollo Crittenden’s Spanish-inspired Los Hermanos range is an absolute winner and a bargain to boot. Made from 47 per cent tempranillo (from the King Valley and Patterson Lakes in Victoria), 35 … Continue reading