We expanded our range with Con Un Par, creating the perfect wine for this summer.
We have worked during the last year to create a new fresh and light wine. A white wine, 100% Sauvignon Blanc, with denomination of origin Valencia.
The winery expands its range of wines with Con Un Par, a new reference that adapts to market trends: CON UN PAR SAUVIGNON BLANC. This white wine is characterized by being very expressive, giving off aromas of tropical fruits such as pineapple and passion fruit. In addition, the palate is fresh, lively, unctuous and with notes of citrus that remind us grapefruit. It is the perfect companion to fish, white meats, blue cheese, Mediterranean rice, cephalopods and seafood.
Luis García Severino, oenologist and technical director of the winery, highlights: “It’s a white wine with a tasty and long finish. It is modern and reflects the current trend, the public is looking for fresh and fruity wines. A premium variety that will surprise you”.
Con Un Par, the brand of “rogue wines” by Vicente Gandía was born in 2010 with the first Albariño from Rias Baixas bottled by the winery of Valencia. The range was extended in 2017 by launching onto the market a Monastrell-Petit Verdot red wine. The new Con Un Par Sauvignon Blanc complements the Con Un Par range with an elegant new premium white wine.
The striking design of the labels of Con Un Par and its transgressor name leaves nobody indifferent, since its launch it has been a sales success both in the catering sector and in supermarkets.
THE MOST SOLD SUPERMARKET WINE GUIDE IN SPAIN, NAMES 5 VINCENT GANDÍA WINES WITH THE AWARD FOR GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY.
The prestigious winemaker and writer Joan C. Martín presents his ninth edition of “Superwines 2019”. A useful and handy guide for wine lovers in which he offers a selection of more than 140 supermarket wines divided among 110 superwines for less than € 6.99 and 40 megawines for less than € 14.99. In this ninth edition, he has rated 4 wines from Bodegas Vicente Gandía with a score of 4 out of 5 and one of them with a score of 3 out of 5.
Hoya de Cadenas Rosado has been rated 4 out of 5. The writer considers it “a superlative in every respect. A rosé wine of luminous presentation, excellent information and with a price that provides a good opportunity for the buyer”. This rosé wine is fruity, fresh and young, from the DO Utiel – Requena, 100% bobal.
Hoya de Cadenas Reserva Tempranillo, Martín values it as: “This reserve achieves excellence, even more so than the previous edition, and achieves the highest score. It is one of the most complete wines in this guide”. A red wine, from the DO Utiel – Requena, 100% Tempranillo.
Both wines made at Finca Hoya de Cadenas, owned by the Gandía family, where they have an estate of 400 hectares. Considered by Joan C. Martin as “one of the best wineries in the Mediterranean”.
In addition, other examples of the references highlighted in the guide come from its latest wines launched on the market are: Con Un Par Monastrell – Petit Verdot. A red wine from the DO Valencia, which has a lot of character and power. Joan C. Martín says: “This is one of the best red wines in the guide”.
Practically since the beginning of this guide, Castillo de Liría has been recognized year after year as one of the best wines in terms of value for money. In this last edition, the Castillo de Líria Tinto Bobal – Shiraz, a young and fruity red wine, which in the guide stand out as: “A red wine easy to understand and drink. The price is a gift for the consumer”.
Finally, the red wine valued with 3 out of 5 is El Miracle by Mariscal. A wine from the DO Valencia, 100% Garnacha Tintorera highlighted in the guide as: “One of the great red wines of Spain. The price is a gift for the consumer”.