IIIac Premium Range


Beronia IIIAC, Rioja

This iconic wine is only produced in excellent years from a selection of the best grapes from vineyards which are more than 70 years old. Its name ‘IIIAC’ refers to the century when a Celtic tribe named the ‘Berones’, inhabited the area of Rioja. This wine is rich and complex with flavours of mature fruit, chocolate and elegant menthol notes.

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  • James Suckling Scores 2019 – 91 points (2016 vintage)

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  • Carrilleras (Beef Cheeks in Red Wine Sauce)

    Carrilleras… they could very well be one of the most popular pintxos around. Originally, they were served as a second course at dinner but once one pintxo bar began to feature them, soon nearly all followed suit. You’ll see why when you make these slow-roasted, fork-tender beef cheeks.

  • Morcilla con Pimientos Del Piquillo (Black Pudding with Peppers)

    Piquillo peppers are red peppers native to Northern Spain. They are typically fire roasted and have a sweet, smoky flavour. The best pimientos are from Navarra in Spain, specifically piquillo peppers are famous from Lodosa.

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    Cheese in the Basque Country is usually synonymous with sheep. However, goats milk cheese in its fresh, creamy form is often used for pintxos as it’s perfect for marrying with other ingredients. This very simple yet stylish pintxo is delicious and the balsamic reduction adds a rich flavour and great colour contrast.