This week Roque and Luke head to Spain’s smallest DO; Monterrei, found nestled in the hot depths of Galicia on the border with Portugal. They enjoy a bottle of Terras do Cigarrón which is part of the Martín Codax family. They also chat ideal dinner guests as well as how to pair wine with junk food snacks.


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This week Roque and Luke head back to that wine making giant Cataluña to DO Conca de Barberà and go for something a little more exotic. A rosé made by Josep Foraster from the indigenous Trepat grape. They also get geeky talking about winemaking techniques and discuss why a wine might have?milk in it?


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This week sees Roque and Luke returning the lands of the north, the mountainous Basque Country and the wonderful world of spritzy Txacoli! But this time it’s DO Txakoli de Getaria, grown on the doorstep of San Sabastián. A glitzy and fun bottle from Txomin Etxaniz. Expect the usual nonsense and banter from everyone’s favourite drunken fools.


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This week sees Roque and Luke returning to the heartlands of Aragón for a bottle from DO Calatayud created by Scottish Master of Wine Norrel Robertson at his bodega El Escocés Volante: the Flying Scot. Aaaand there’s the classic banter ranging from wine smells to godly abilities. Salud!

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This week sees Roque and Luke flying back to the Canary Islands, and back to old volcanic Tenerife. But, this time, to the south side and a bottle of mysterious wine called Chasnero from DO Abona. They talk volcanic soil and artwork and descend briefly into utter madness.

Thanks to Dave Watkins for providing the wine!

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