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About

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a licensed importer and wholesale distributor of Spanish wines based in Miami, Florida.

The company has historical roots in Spain and Cuba and was newly formed in the United States to carry forward a rich family tradition in winemaking and the distribution of unique wines many of which are deemed organic, biodynamic, and primitive in nature.

Today, we work directly with family-owned and operated wineries from numerous Spanish regions which show unique style in their wines as well as offer excellent quality and value. We methodically select, promote, and distribute the wines we import and by the same token, we work with other wholesale distributors who are able to give these wineries the proper attention they deserve and who appreciate the special experience that our portfolio of wines are able to offer.

Our dedicated team is highly-experienced in the restaurant, retail, import, and wholesale sectors and we follow a people-centric approach in servicing the needs of both our distinguished clients and the special winemakers we proudly represent.

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a vertically-integrated operation with its own temperature-controlled distribution center that offers service throughout Florida and a growing list of select key markets throughout the United States.

Philosophy

We are knowledge-based curators of a distinct portfolio of wines that represent the genius loci or “spirit of place” that truly reflect the origins and other key elements of their identity.

Our selection process is based on a thorough understanding of the traditional past with a growing interest in representing winemakers who elaborate wines full of character using autochthonous grape varieties in solving the perfect puzzle for the modern-day wine enthusiast.

Community

We are highly committed to serving the needs of the professional wine buyer and sommelier, yet also have a keen understanding of the wine buying public. Our team monitors the cultural landscape and assesses new opportunities for both wine category and brand level growth. This video features a Latvian wine bar and retail store on a special “customer appreciation day” and demonstrates our way of thinking. It highlights the pouring of two of the Spanish wines we import and serves as a simple and fun reminder of the joy of wine and its enchanting role in the life of our communities.

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Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is a member of the Med America Shippers Association and proud sponsor of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

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Portfolio

Our import portfolio includes a unique set of Spanish winemakers, some of whom are well known in Spain and are just beginning to establish themselves in the U.S. marketplace and others whose wines are rarely available in Florida.

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is an industry specialist of wines from the Balearic Islands (an autonomous community and a province of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea to the East of Barcelona and Valencia) that range from the Vino de la Tierra (VdlT) designations of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera to the more recently designated appellations or Denominación de Origen (DO) of DO Binnisalem (Mallorca – 1991) and DO Pla i Llevant (Mallorca – 2001). Grape growing and wine production was introduced to the historically significant island region by the ancient Romans in the year 121 BC and cultivation has continued for hundreds of years through near constant states of change and an interesting series of outside cultural influences. In the 18th century, grape plant stock from the islands made their way to what is present day California and Florida. The region like the rest of Europe suffered through the phylloxera plague at the end of the 19th century. In the late 20th century there was a revival of the wine industry due to the demand for quality wine by locals and tourists alike. The indigenous grape varieties in these areas include Prensal (also called Moll), Callet, Fogoneu, Manto Negro, and Gargollassa which are carefully crafted to produce wines known locally as “blanc” (white wine) and “negre” (red wine or “tinto” in Spanish with a reference to the word “black”) in the native language similar to Catalan. These varieties are sometimes blended with other Spanish native and foreign varieties to create truly unique and special wines that are appreciated by wine enthusiasts throughout the world.

We are fortunate to be partnered with some of the best and emerging wineries in the Balearic Islands and also from other important and select winemaking regions of Spain including DOCa Rioja, DOCa Priorat, DO Rias Baixas, DO Montsant, and DO Cariñena.

Please explore each of the wineries below by following the badges and contact us to learn more about our current in-stock wine product offerings.

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4 Kilos

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Guided by a garage wine mindset, Francesc Grimalt and Sergio Caballero launched 4 Kilos in 2006 with a modest investment of four million Spanish pesetas (the origin of the name) on a converted sheep farm. In 2009, Guia Peñin which is Spain’s most famous and comprehensive wine guide, named 4 Kilos its Winery of the Year. Today, their wines have achieved a cult-like status in Spain, with similar growth following in other parts of the world. Grimalt, a highly regarded oenologist and former partner of the Anima Negra winery (Mallorca), is known for rescuing the variety of the native grape Callet in the Balearic wine scene. Caballero is a musician and founding partner and co-director of the Sónar International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Art (now in its 20th year), and is responsible for the branding and communications aspects of the winery.

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4 Kilos is dedicated to producing wines that reflect the strength of the grape and its nuances but with a unique approach and more modern presentation. True to their origins, the winery’s concept is based on sustainable viticulture, respect for the environment, and giving back to the community. In many vineyards, native vegetation cover is used to obtain more concentrated grapes, better ground porosity, and increased microbial population. The vineyards are located in different parts of Mallorca, the reason for which being that they do not belong to any particular DO. The varietals are planted mostly in soils Cal Vermell, a local name to describe the clay soil. The varieties that are grown are Callet, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fogoneu (Frances), Merlot, Monastrell and Syrah.



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Founded in 2006 • Felantix, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   4kilos.com

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Francesc Grimalt (Oenologist) and Sergio Caballero


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4 Kilos is a proud supporter of amadip.esment, a Mallorcan community organization dedicated to the well-being of children and adults with intellectual disabilities. One of their projects includes the collaborative development of an exceptional wine called Gallinas & Focas (Hens & Seals).



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4 Kilos – 12 Volts 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$ • Varietal(s): Callet and Fogoneu (Field Blend) 50%, Syrah 30%, Cabernet Sauvignon 10%, and Merlot 10% • Barrel Aged: 12 Months • Barrel Type: French (40%) and American (60%) 1st/2nd Use • 14.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 93 (GP-2011) 88 (RP-2011)



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4 Kilos – 4kilos 2011 (released May 2013) • Red Wine • CLC Type: Deep/Full/Complex • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$$ • Varietal(s): 85% Callet, Syrah 10%, and Cabernet Sauvignon 5% • Barrel Aged: 14 Months • Barrel Type: French (new) • 14.0% Alc./Vol. • 94 (GP-2010) 90 (RP-2010)



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4 Kilos – Gallinas & Focas 2011 (aka Hens & Seals pending release September 2013) • Red Wine • CLC Type: Rich/Robust/Masterful • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$ • Varietal(s): Manto Negro 70% and Syrah 30% • Barrel Aged: 15 Months • Barrel Type: French (new) • 14.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 93 (RP-2010)



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The name Gallinas & Focas (Hens & Seals) is the result of a brainstorm of ideas by members of amadip.esment. When the members were asked why they chose such a unique name the reply was clear: hens are funny and seals clap. At the same time members were asked to come up with illustrative drawings of hens and seals which would from that point forward serve to illustrate the wine label. The result: a vital revenue stream for the community organization and a 93 point Robert Parker wine in its first year (2009)!



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Winemaker Francesc Grimalt will do just about anything to spread the word about Mallorcan terroir. Here he is in action while on a recent trip to Tokyo.



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In this recent interview, Francesc Grimalt explains “I hate that phrase ‘I do not understand anything about wine’. Wines are not made to understand, but to give pleasure and have fun”. The Mallorcan oenologist is behind one of the most interesting and fun to have been developed on the island in recent years: 4 Kilos.



Bodegues Ribas

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Since 1711, the Ribas family has dedicated itself to caring for its vineyards and producing wine at one of the oldest wineries in Mallorca. Close to the winery are the family’s own vineyards, covering more than 100 acres. Most contain old vines including the oldest native Manto Negro on the island. In all, their impressive array of varietals comprise the winery’s most important asset. The grapes are harvested by hand before undergoing a careful selection process, and finally entering preparation at the winery’s state-of-the-art facilities. The main aim of the bodega is to achieve top quality wines, always respecting tradition but taking advantage of continuous research.

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The creative energy at Bodegues Ribas is driven by a new generation of Ribas family members in the form of a dynamic duo brother and sister winemaking team. Araceli Servera Ribas and Xavier Servera Ribas are formally trained oenologists and prior to joining the family bodega, they held stints at major wineries in Spain, France, the United States, New Zealand, and Argentina. On tours of the winery, they invite you to experience the “Dark Side of the Wine” in a reference to English progressive rock band Pink Floyd’s classic album, “The Dark Side of the Moon,” and we do too.



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Founded in 1711 • Consell, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   bodeguesribas.com


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Maria Antonia Oliver, Araceli Servera Ribas, and Xavier Servera Ribas


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In 1998, Bodegues Ribas rediscovered a once thought lost indigenous grape variety called Gargollassa and slowly recuperated the rare Mallorcan native inexplicably on the brink of extinction. Historic writings including the famous collection of the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria (1847-1915) who is known for his early conservationist efforts on the island (in the vicinity of what is now Deià) described it as one of the most recognized grape varieties in the region. Up until 2004, Gargollassa wine had been developed on an experimental basis and was not included on the approved list of Mallorcan varieties. Therefore the wine could be distributed despite its wide interest and demand on the island. This truly special wine is closer to a Pinot Noir than a Manto Negro, with a predominance of red berries, cherries, and violets and a hint of smokiness. On the palate it presents an unexpected freshness, which extends its persistence.

The winery recently developed and funded a public art exhibition of “art on wine barrels” called BotArt which included the works of 21 prominent Mallorcan artists. Since both wine and art are ancient crafts with a great deal of history behind them, the project invited artists to interact freely with the wine barrels, with the aim of reinforcing and uniting the world of wine with the world of creativity. BotArt takes place every two years and the artists’ works will be cataloged and shown in a traveling exhibition.   clc_web-link   botart.es

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Bodegues Ribas – Sió Negre 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Rich/Robust/Masterful • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$$ • Varietal(s): Manto Negro 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon 25%, Syrah 15%, and Merlot 10% • Barrel Aged: 12 Months • Barrel Type: French • 14.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 91 (GP-2010) 90 (RP-2004)


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Bodegues Ribas – Sió Blanc 2012 • White Wine • CLC Type: Rich/Full/Creamy • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$$ • Varietal(s): Prensal (Moll) 60%, Chenin 25%, and Viognier 15% • Barrel Aged: 6 Months • Barrel Type: French • 13.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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The beauty and pride of the Bodegues Ribas winery is evident here in a short film produced to coincide with the winery’s 300th Anniversary (1711-2011) celebrations.


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A local fan of the Gargollassa wine created a mockumentary video to demonstrate just how hard it is to find this rare and special wine.


Terra de Falanis (Mallorca)

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Terra de Falanis is a new winemaking project with the vinification overseen by Pere Obrador and Miguelàngel Cerdà from the highly regarded Anima Negra winery (Mallorca) whose wines have gained both national and international acclaim. The concept is to produce great value wines based on indigenous varieties with maximum respect for nature while showing a balance between current know-how and tradition.

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Terra de Falanis (“Land of Falanis”) was the name used by the local historian, author, and artist Miquel Barceló in the title of a 1995 book to describe the town and people before modern-day Felanitx (a village on the east coast of Mallorca and heart of the DO Pla i Llevant) existed as such. This fostered a feeling of nostalgic sentimentalism and the desire among the accomplished Anima Negra winemakers to promote the essence and unguilded simplicity of days gone by.

Terra de Falanis aims to be the result of the continuous education the winemakers have acquired through other projects and from the mentorship of other winemakers. It is a way to extend the concepts and techniques they have learned in other regions and apply them beyond their natural borders (the island of Mallorca) for example by discovering the fantastic possibilities of the DO Montsant region.

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Founded in 2011 • Felanitx, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   terradefalanis.com


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Pere Obrador and Miguelàngel Cerdà


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As proof of their desire to promote a sense of simplicity and playfullness, Terra de Falanis named their first two wines Muac! and Plic Plic Plic… based on the onomatopoetic words (the naming of a thing or action by a vocal imitation of the sound associated with it) for the sound of a kiss and the drone produced by the gentle rain when falling on an umbrella. Can you imagine what Pow! wine would taste like?

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Terra de Falanis – Muac! 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Callet 35%, Manto Negro 35% and Cabernet Sauvignon 30% • Barrel Aged: 5 Months • Barrel Type: French • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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Terra de Falanis – Plic Plic Plic… 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Deep/Full/Complex • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Garnacha (Garnatxa) 50% and Cariñena (Samsó) 50% • Barrel Aged: 12 Months • Barrel Type: French and Russian • 14.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR



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At a recent wine fair in Brazil, winemaker Miguelàngel Cerdà explained the thinking behind Terra de Falanis.




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An animation of the drawings used for both Terra de Falanis wine labels was prepared by artist Pere Joan, a friend of the winery.


Vinyes Mortitx

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Vinyes Mortitx is located in the Serra de Tramuntana of Mallorca in the municipality of Escorca (near the quaint town of Pollensa) at an altitude of 400 meters above sea level. The winery and vineyard have an area of 49 acres with outcrops much older than any on the rest of the island and growing under more extreme weather conditions (a unique micro-climate even for the island) which provides a grape growing setting that yield characteristics that cannot be achieved anywhere else. These lands, which were acquired in 2001, are entirely arable with a mountain top water supply from two reservoirs that are part of the property, located within the basin of a melting snow fed stream. The project was born from the idea of ​​a group of people (currently 50+ members) with a strong interest in making quality wines that express the special character or terruño (the Spanish way of saying terroir) of the land where they come from.

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The newly built winery and bottling facility has been equipped with modern technology in order to produce wines in optimum conditions to achieve quality products. All works of adaptation and rehabilitation of these facilities have been implemented and integrated within a framework that respects their surrounding environment.



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Founded in 2001 • Escorca, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   vinyesmortitx.com


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Toni Ensenyat (Managing Director)


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The name of the winery derives from a farmhouse in the vicinity named “Mortitx” with root origins to the 13th Century original property division by James I of Aragon, a Crusador who went on to become King of Aragon, Valencia, and of Mallorca. If you are curious, the Kingdom of Mallorca reigned from 1231–1715 and covered the geographic area of all of the present day Balearic Islands, parts of mainland Spain, and smaller territories in southern France.


Vinyes Mortitx takes great pride in its conservationist efforts to protect the unique and diverse ecology that surrounds the winery and its vineyards. A few years ago actor Tom Hanks made an unsolicited visit to the winery and is said to be a big fan of the wines.



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Vinyes Mortitx – Mortitx Negre 2011 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Merlot 56%, Cabernet Sauvignon 22%, Syrah 20%, and Tempranillo (Ull de Llebre) 2% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 13.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 88 (GP-2010)


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Vinyes Mortitx – Mortitx Blanc 2011 • White Wine • CLC Type: Light/Crisp • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Malvasia 87%, Moscatel 5%, Riesling 5%, and Chardonnay 3% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 12.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 87 (GP-2011)



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This recent TV commercial truly captures the essence of Vinyes Mortitx and their unique place in the Mallorcan wine industry scene.


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Miquel Oliver

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The winery was built in 1868 and was acquired by Melchor Oliver in 1912. Later passed to his son Francisco and currently, Miquel Oliver and his daughter Pilar Oliver who are presently leading the family winery.

Located in a small yet historic village, this winery which is emblematic of the island, produces some of the brands that have placed the name of Mallorca on the horizon of the great wines of Spain.

With four generations who share a “love of wine,” they have written one of the most beautiful chapters of Mallorcan winemaking history. Their great passion and restless spirit for ongoing research to produce the best quality wine is reflected in important events such as the introduction on the island of the first stainless steel tanks and the addition of temperature control in manufacturing processes.

It is also notable for having vinified with the grape variety Moscatel (Muscat), obtaining official permission to develop one of its most innovative wines that made national history: the Muscat, which is the first dry muscat in Spain and one that Miquel Oliver defined as “an erotic wine” and would go on to be recognized in 1994 as the best white wine in Spain by the Unión de Asociaciones Españolas de Sumilleres (Madrid).

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The winery produces eleven wines that successfully combine traditional values ​​of a family bodega with an innovative and open attitude. Each wine has a story: some are inherited from past generations, while others have been born of their commitment to innovate and experiment. And, while each one has its own personality with aromas and nuances which make them unique, all the wines also have something in common: the quality and the passion with which they are made. The first brand on the market was the Mont Ferrutx, a wine really different from the rest of those developed at this time due in part to the unique micro-climate of the DO Pla i LLevant and the use of local varieties Fogoneu and Callet.

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Founded in 1912 • Petra, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   miqueloliver.com


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Pilar Oliver (Oenologist) and Jaime Olivella


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Interestingly, the winery is located in the town of Petra (in the “heart” of Mallorca) which is the birthplace of Fray Junipero Serra (1713-1784), the Spanish Franciscan friar who founded the first nine of 21 Spanish missions in California from San Diego to San Francisco would go on to introduce European products that eventually became central to the state’s agriculture empire: oranges, lemons, olives, figs, grapes, and vegetables, as well as cattle, sheep, goats, and horses. Every year, many Californians visit this small town almost as if a “pilgrimage” and in the process, enjoy first-hand Miquel Oliver wines.



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Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver – Mont Ferrutx 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Deep/Full/Complex • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Callet 80%, Fogoneu 10%, and Manto Negro 10% • Barrel Aged: 14 Months • Barrel Type: American • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver – Son Caló Negre Jove 2012 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Callet 90% and Fogoneu 10% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver – Son Caló Blanc 2012 • White Wine • CLC Type: Light/Crisp • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Prensal (Moll) 100% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 12.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver – CLC Original Muscat M. Oliver 2012 • White Wine • CLC Type: Aromatic/Fresh • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Moscatel 100% (Frontignan y Alejandría) • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 89 (GP-2011)



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This short promotional video captures the essence of Vinyes i Bodegues Miquel Oliver.





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The winery recently celebrated its 100th anniversary (1912-2012) and as part of its festivities sponsored an imaginative performance art and modern music exhibit.





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In this brief interview for Mallorcan TV, oenologist Pilar Oliver speaks of the fine nuances of barrel selection and the “chore” of repeated wine tasting in the winemaking process.


Armero i Adrover

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The winery was launched when Luis Armero and his wife decided to break the monotony and radically change their lifestyle. They already had two acres of family vineyards and in 1988 they planted seven more, thus initiating their wine adventure. Based on lots of imagination and determination, they were learning and developing their experience both in the field and at the winery and in 1992 they establish their own facilities.



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Today, some of the white and rosé wines of Armero i Adrover are rated among the best on the island of Mallorca and the reds promise to evolve much more. Their wines are deemed “honest” wines with a very good ratio of quality and price. All have a very island character since they always contain a minimum of 50% of autochthonous grape varieties. Luis Armero describes his work as “a culture of patience,” as he always seeks to learn from past mistakes and pays close attention to small details. The winery carries out constant experimentation and is always learning based on new challenges.



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Founded in 1988 • Felantix, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   armeroidrover.com


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Luis Armero González


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Armeri i Adrover has forged a strong alliance with a notable German wine group and have jointly developed wines that are now very popular in Germany.



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Armero i Adrover – Negre 2009 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Callet 40%, Cabernet Sauvigon 40%, and Merlot 20% • Barrel Aged: 6 Months • Barrel Type: Mostly French and some American • 14.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 87 (GP-2007)



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Luis Armero was recently interviewed by a Mallorcan TV station where he provided an account of how the winery started, his philosophy, and recent developments.


Miquel Gelabert

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In 1985, Miquel Gelabert founded the winery that bears his name “Vins Miquel Gelabert” as a small family-run bodega devoted to research and care of the vine all in an effort to develop high quality wines. He learned from the old winegrowers the art and secrets of cultivating vineyards. His work combines the latest technology with the artisan tradition in order to get the most out of the grapes and offer wines with personality and character.

Since the early years, these wines have won major awards and citations, and are subject to wide acclaim both within and outside the Spanish borders. More than 100 prizes (mostly gold medals) in the past 10 years, mark the trajectory of the winery and his philosophy remains an everyday wonder to those who try their wines.

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The vineyards are spread over ten small farms and in total make up 18 acres of vines that produce all the grapes used for their wines. In an effort to control the entire process of growing and maturation, they do not buy grapes from others. Currently, Vins Miquel Gelabert have over 30 varieties of grapes, some for experimentation purposes only.



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Founded in 1985 • Manacor, Mallorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   vinsmiquelgelabert.com


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Miquel Gelabert


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Miquel Gelabert is often thought of as the “guru” of Mallorcan winemaking and his pioneering ways and early successes outside the island helped build credibility for the fledgling local wine scene, which later led to the formal establishment of the DO Pla i LLevant in 2001.



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Vins Miquel Gelabert – Vinya Son Caules Negre 2009 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Callet 40%, Manto Negro 30% and Tempranillo (Ull de Llebre) 30% • Barrel Aged: 12 Months • Barrel Type: American and French • 13.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR


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Vins Miquel Gelabert – Vinya Son Caules Blanc 2010 • White Wine • CLC Type: Light/Crisp • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Macabeo 40%, Prensal (Moll) 40% and Moscatel 20% • Barrel Aged: 4-6 Months • Barrel Type: French • 12.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: NR



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As part of a U.S. serial web show program on Spanish food and wine, a Boston-area restaurateur recently visited Vins Miquel Gelabert first-hand to see the wizard himself and learn more about his philosophy.


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Binitord

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Binitord is a family-owned winery on the unique and historically significant island of Menorca and was established in 2007. After a long period of experimentation, the winery released a line of premium wines, well-made, symbolizing the recovery of the long winemaking tradition on the island which has its own appellation “Vi de la Terra Illa de Menorca” due to its exceptional climate conditions for the growing of a wide array of grape varieties. Its vineyards are stocked with both Spanish national and foreign grape varieties and presently no native or indigenous varieties have been planted, which follows a strategy of using its own unique terroir to develop new wines in a special place and manner.



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In a relatively short period of time, Binitord wines have established themselves locally and have some important wine industry recognitions given their short history and humble origins.
The modern facilities include an underground cellar, which is perfectly adapted to the environment and visually respects the beautiful surroundings of the property. The winery, which is fully excavated in the ground, steadily maintains an optimum temperature without major oscillations and provides the suitable conditions for the vinification and aging of wines.



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Founded in 2007 • Ciutadella, Menorca (Balearic Islands) – Spain   clc_web-link   binitord.com


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Antonio Salord and Joan Sintes


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The winery is known for its production of Binitord Blanc, a dry white wine with a unique coupage of two white varieties (Chardonnay and Macabeo) and two red varieties (Merlot and Syrah). This wine is made using the traditional method of obtaining Champenois blanc de noirs (i.e. white wine from red grapes). After manual selection, each variety is stemmed and pressed separately and cold macerated in stainless steel tanks. In addition, each variety is fermented separately at controlled temperatures. The wines are matured in stainless tanks and undergo regular racking except for the Chardonnay which is aged on lees in new French and American barrels. The blend of the four varieties is clarified and statically refrigerated prior to filtering and bottling. The results are truly special! A clean and bright pale yellow blanc de noirs wine with medium intensity aroma characterized by white fleshy fruit, peach, and apricot. There are notes of banana and vanilla characteristic of the light aging of the Chardonnay. The wine with its golden tones is just perfect for a typical hot summer day, with hints of chamomile and then confectionery (pastries, croissants, and yeast), with toast points which show the influence of the white vinification of the grapes Merlot and Syrah. The palate is soft and delicate and presents a pleasant volume and a very attractive smoothness with moderate acidity typical of Macabeo. The aftertaste is clean and persistent. It is a delicate and complex wine that develops a highly original personality and its elegance and finesse distinguish it clearly from other white wines. The wine is appropriate for pairings with appetizers, white and blue fish, shellfish, lobster stew, vegetables, poultry and game birds, risottos, rice, and suitable cheeses.

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Binitord Blanc 2012 • White Wine • CLC Type: Rich/Full/Creamy • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Chardonnay 64%, Merlot 22%, Macabeo 8%, and Syrah 6% • Vinification and elevage primarily in stainless steel tanks with some oak barrel aging • 13.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 89 (GP-2011) 91 (GP-2010)


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As this video demonstrates, the winery takes great pride in preserving the natural beauty that surrounds them.


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Can Maymó

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Bodegas Can Maymó was established relatively recently. In 1995, Antonio Costa decided to take the plunge and reinstate the traditions lost on his home island of Ibiza and impart his own way of winemaking. Limited production allows the family Costa Torres to personally oversee all areas of the growing, harvest, and vinification process.


 
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The winery is well-known locally for its production of a dry white wine made from the varieties Xarel.lo and Malvasia, while additionally developing a delicious rosé developed solely from Monastrell grape which it typically used for red wines.


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Founded in 1995 • Sant Mateu d’Albarca, Ibiza (Balearic Islands) – Spain
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One very unique red wine produced by the winery is called Tinto Tradición and is made with Monastrell plus the Tempranillo and Merlot varieties that enhance the aroma and complexity of the palate. This wine is known as “traditional” in reference to the old custom where the wine undergoes maceration together with thyme flowers, an aromatic plant that grows profusely in the Mediterranean and known for its medicinal properties. On the island, the plant is called frígola and it yields a wine with strong ruby ​​garnet hues and a structured dry palate enhanced by an aroma that shows hints of the sweet fragrance of thyme. It is truly a unique wine experience that transports one to a fragrant Mediterranean field on a bright and sunny spring day. Of course, it is a wine that would be a perfect companion for sheep and goat cheeses, roasted small game, and well-seasoned poultry dishes.



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Can Maymo Blanco 2012 • White Wine • CLC Type: Light/Crisp • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Malvasia 70% and Moscatel 30% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 12.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 86 (GP-2011)

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Terramoll

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The winery Terramoll started its journey in 2000 with the objective of developing a pioneering product in the market that could combine both the spirit of tradition and modernity. Its privileged location in the highlands of La Mola in Formentera (a tiny island that is part of the Balearic Islands), surrounded by pine forests and cliffs, strongly marks the character of the project. All Terramoll wines enjoy exceptional qualities thanks to the exquisite treatment given to the vines and meticulous care throughout the winemaking process. Only then, by balancing that which is rendered by the beautiful area in which their vines grow, Terramoll gets to bottle all the flavor and aroma of the island.



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The winery is located in the center of the plateau La Mola and its total 34 acres of vineyards extend on this plateau in different places depending on the characteristics of the terroir. The white grape is from the area of Can Blai and the red grape is in and around the Casa La Cubana. Since its inception, the winery has sought to recover the native variety of Formentera red grapes such as Monastrell, without limiting the introduction of foreign varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Several native white grape varieties such as Prensal (known locally as Moll) are also present in their wines.

Terramoll is equipped with modern amenities however the facilities follow the unique architectural style of the island. The Terramoll winemakers have a very clear objective pursued in every aspect of the winery: care for the earth to obtain the best product.



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The total land area covered by the island of Formentera is approximately 32 acres and a population of roughly 11,000 inhabitants. All residents take great pride in their origins and the special challenges of living on a small yet enchanting island paradise.



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Terramoll Blanco 2012 (pending release June 2013) • White Wine • CLC Type: Aromatic/Fresh • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$ • Varietal(s): Viognier 40%, Malvasia 30%, Moscatel (Morisco) 20%, and Garnacha Blanca 10% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 13.0% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 88 (GP-2011)

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Finca de la Rica

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Winemakers Ignacio Uruñuela de la Rica and Luis López González for many years occupied positions in different wineries in the DOCa Rioja and other denominations of origin. In 2009, they had acquired enough experience to eagerly accept new challenges. They joined liked-minded professionals, passionate about wine and what is most important in human relationships. All of this would set the first foundations of a new opportunity: “Finca de la Rica.”

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Finca de la Rica’s philosopy is rooted in understanding change and managing the chaos of modern life. Since the late eighties, early nineties, trends and therefore people’s tastes have changed significantly. Everything changes, and everything evolves: architecture, cuisine, fashion, painting, music, society, etc. Wine is not an exception. If one takes the standard wines in those years served as reference then the general public has to recognize that these wines today would likely be criticized. The winery wants their wines to be, by and for you. They are lovers of the good things but mostly of what is simple and logical. They strive to produce wines that appeal to the primary senses and are easy to drink, fresh, and fragrant. In short: dynamic wines with lots of fruit yet structured enough to be loved by the most demanding consumer.



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The Finca de la Rica team determined early on that in today’s saturated wine marketplace, a successful winery must not only make a great wine, but also needs to get people to notice you. To that end, they engaged a highly creative team of designers and the results speak for themselves. Within months of their release the packaging and labels were recognized throughout the Spanish wine industry. Most importantly, wine enthusiasts have come to appreciate the originality and thought process that went into these fine aspects and have rewarded the winery with a high degree of engagement and brand acceptance.

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Finca De La Rica El Buscador 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Vivid/Earthy/Elegant • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Tempranillo 90% and Garnacha 10% • Barrel Aged: 12 Months • Barrel Type: French • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 87 (GP-2010)


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Finca De La Rica El Guia 2012 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Bright/Fruitful/Energetic • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $ • Varietal(s): Tempranillo 90% and Viura 10% • Vinification and elevage in stainless steel tanks • 13.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 88 (GP-2011)


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Finca De La Rica El Nomada 2010 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Deep/Full/Complex • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Tempranillo 90% and Graciano 10% • Barrel Aged: 15 Months • Barrel Type: French • 14.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 88 (GP-2010)

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Celler Aixalà i Alcait

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Celler Aixalà i Alcait is located in the world famous DOCa Priorat wine region of Spain, an area known for producing powerful red wines which came to the international attention of wine aficionados in the 1990s. The area is characterized by its unique terroir of black slate and quartz soil known as llicorella. The vineyards are typically located on terraces with very steep slopes. This kind of environment breeds a special kind of winemaker, and founder Jordi Aixalà is typical of the area’s new and resourceful young winemakers. With limited resources but with lots of valuable experience gained at other Priorat wineries, he and his wife Sussi launched a small bodega that has steadily grown literally from the roots up in its use of existing family-owned plots and recently planted vineyards and continuous procurement of winemaking resources.



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Winemaking at Celler Aixalà Alcait celler is truly a family affair and everyone gets involved, even down to the design of its wine labels. Jordi Aixalà readily welcomes visitors who are treated as if they were family and is quick to explain the humble history of his small winery. The vineyards are located on terraces that range in altitude from from 1,100-1,300 feet above sea level and are grown organically without herbicides or pesticides and with respect to traditional biodynamic principles. The short distance between the vineyards and the winery are also favorable as the grapes arrive in top condition, a key to making great wine. Following the winery’s philosophy, the vineyards receive treatments comprised solely and exclusively of sulfur powder, copper sulphate, and bacillus (three common products used in sustainable farming). They plow the land using ancestral traditions with reference to the moon and temperatures and amend the land every two years with sheep manure and use spring pruning to remove clusters to improve the final quality of the grapes. Finally, the harvest is done during the first hours of the day, which makes it possible to maintain its freshness and aroma characteristics, which are noticeable during the tasting of their wines.



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The winery is primarily known for producing two wines: Pardelasses, named after the original farm currently owned by the family, and Destrankis, its colorful and bold more recent addition which is anything but ordinary.



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Destrankis 2011 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Deep/Full/Complex • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$$ • Varietal(s): Garnacha (Garnatxa) 80% and Cariñena (Samsó) 20% • Barrel Aged: 9 Months • Barrel Type: French • 14.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 88 (GP 2010) 86 (RP-2009)

Agnès de Cervera

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Agnès de Cervera hails from the DOCa Priorat wine region of Spain, an area known for its remote and rocky hills and the birthplace of intense and mineral-rich wines. With an abundance of sunshine and an energetic group of winemakers, this region has earned a reputation for being one of the country’s most distinct, innovative, and rewarding to explore. Agnès de Cervera was launched in 2003 as a family venture and recently, the winery has experienced a dynamic business growth. Their first rural property was purchased in 2004, and later converted to agricultural use. Over time, different bordering properties in the Porrera borough within DOCa Priorat were purchased, in order to plant vineyards for grape harvesting and processing thereby constituting a single farm of 235 acres. In 2010, the company continued to expand through corresponding facility and equipment investments. This included the acquisition of another established property of 99 acres of which 57 acres were planted with vines and included the current winery facility and aging cellar.


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The philosophy of the winery is to produce wines that are the reflection of the Priorat, with their distinct soils known locally as “llicorella,” and adverse weather with cold winters and very hot summers, to produce wines with character. Maturation controls from different grapes batches are produced in order to determine the optimum moment for harvest for each grape variety. The harvest is always done by hand in boxes of 10 kg, and facilitate processing on the selection table. Sophisticated facility controls allow micro-vinification of separate grapes selected in advance, according to varieties, soil type, and micro-climate. Only when ready, the wine is transferred to barrels to start the aging of select wines in French or American oak barrels, depending on the type of product. Organoleptic tasting and monitoring will determine the length of the aging process and coupages of different wines.



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Agnès de Cervera is also deeply concerned with the environment and preserving forests and olive trees that are integrated into the vineyard and the winery.



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La Petite Agnès 2012 • Red Wine • CLC Type: Bright/Fruitful/Energetic • CLC Price ($-$$$$): $$ • Varietal(s): Garnacha 85% and Mazuelo 15% • Barrel Aged: 3 Months • Barrel Type: French • 14.5% Alc./Vol. • Rating: 87 (GP-2011)


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Sales Order Portal

If you are interested in using our wholesale sales order portal, please contact your sales representative and request to establish a new account. Once registered, you will receive log-in details via e-mail to gain access to a self-service online order form with detailed product listings, up-to-date product stock availability, and current pricing information.

If you are registered and ready to place an order, simply follow the link below.

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Kindly note that Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is strictly a wholesale distributor selling only direct to retailers, restaurants, and other wholesale distributors. To learn which retail stores and/or restaurants in your area carry our wines, visit our “Where to Find Our Wines” section or send us an e-mail and provide your contact information and details about your request.

Where to Find Our Wines

In the spirit of Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres or It Ain’t Bragging If It’s True!, we’ve listed below a sampling of retailers, cafes, lounges, and restaurants that carry our wines.

RESTAURANTS

clc_web-linkBarceloneta (South Miami, FL and Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkNeMesis Urban Bistro (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkEating House (Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkPubbelly Steak (Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkMichael’s Genuine Food & Drink (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkLos Gallegos (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkXixón Cafe (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkThe Bazaar by José Andres at SLS Hotel (Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkPubbelly Sushi (Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkThe Local Craft Food & Drink (Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkHarry’s Pizzeria (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkLa Buleria (Hollywood, FL)

clc_web-linkEl Chalán (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkPubbelly (Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkLa Taberna Giralda (Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkLa Mar by Gaston Acurio at Mandarin Oriental (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkPincho Factory (Miami, FL and Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkBobby’s Burger Palace at Dadeland Mall (Miami, FL)

CAFES, PUBS, AND LOUNGES

clc_web-linkPanther Coffee (Miami, FL [Wynwood] and Miami Beach, FL [Sunset Harbour])

clc_web-linkMisha’s Cupcakes (Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkSweetness Bake Shop & Cafe (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkClandestino Pub (Miami Beach, FL)

clc_web-linkLe Chat Noir (formerly Kork) (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkLeKoke Wines & Bites (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkBooks & Books (Coral Gables, FL)

SPECIALITY MARKETS

clc_web-linkDelicias de España (Miami, FL – All Locations)

clc_web-linkJoanna’s Marketplace (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkMisha’s Market (Coral Gables, FL)

clc_web-linkProper Sausages (Miami Shores, FL)

clc_web-linkBuena Vista Chocolate & Wine (Miami, FL)

WINE SHOPS

clc_web-linkVintage Liquors & Wine Bar (Miami, FL – All Locations)

clc_web-linkHappy Wine (Miami, FL – Both Locations)

clc_web-linkEl Carajo (Miami, FL)

clc_web-linkWine Watch (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

clc_web-linkThe Wine Shoppe (Miami, FL)


Please note that Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. is strictly a wholesale distributor selling only direct to retailers, restaurants, and other wholesale distributors. To enjoy our wines, please visit these fine establishments.

Contact

For more information, please contact us or submit a message using the form below.

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía., Inc.
4990 SW 72 Avenue, Suite 109
Miami, Florida 33155-5524 (U.S.A.)

305-661-9966 (main) or 800-500-1492 (toll-free)

info (at) cerdallanosycia (dot) com

Events

April 10, 2014 – VeritageMiami Fine Wine Tasting Event At Village of Merrick Park – Coral Gables, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   veritagemiami.com

March 13, 2014 – Three Modern Riojas Wine Tasting Event At Buena Vista Chocolate and Wine – Miami Design District/Buena Vista Neighborhood: Miami, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

February 7, 2014 – Spanish Wine Tasting Event At Books & Books – Coral Gables, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

January 9, 2014 – Mallorca/Spanish Wine Tasting Event At Buena Vista Chocolate and Wine – Miami Design District/Buena Vista Neighborhood: Miami, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

December 3, 2013 – Surface Magazine and Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) Event at “TAPAS Spanish Design for Food” exhibit as a tie-in to Art Basel. – Food Design Presentation, Trade-Only Reception, and Wine Tasting Event – The Moore Building in the Miami Design District: Miami, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

December 1, 2013 – The “500″ Art Exhibit by Xavier Cortada – Opening Reception – Wine Tasting Event: Key Biscayne, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

November 26, 2013 – TAPAS Spanish Design for Food – 4 Kilos 12 Volts (VdlT Mallorca) – Wine Tasting Event: Miami, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   accioncultural.es

November 18-22, 2013 – Miami Book Fair International: Homenaje a España – Wine Tasting Event: Miami, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

November 15, 2013 – Symphony of the Americas Wines of the World Tasting Dinner and Auction – Hyatt Regency Pier 66: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

For more details about the wine tasting and charitable event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   winewatch.com/events

November 14 and 16, 2013 – Joanna’s Marketplace – Thanksgiving Meal Ideas and Preparation Tips – Free Wine Samples: Pinecrest, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/joannasmarketplace

November 10, 2013 – Delicias de España Specialty Market (Bird Road/57 Avenue Store) – Free Wine Samples: Coral Gables, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

November 1, 2013 – Misha’s Market – Free Wine Samples: Coral Gables, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/cerdallanosycia

October 30, 2013 – Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center – Historic Warner House (Miami River) – “In Search of Benimy” Closing Reception: Miami, FL

For more details about the cultural event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/eventpage

October 26, 2013 – Joanna’s Marketplace – Octoberfest Beer-B-Que – Free Wine Samples: Pinecrest, FL

For more details about the wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   facebook.com/joannasmarketplace

October 3, 2013 – O Cinema Wynwood – Wine & Film – You Will Be My Son: Miami, FL

For more details about the film and wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   o-cinema.org

September 26, 2013 – 6th Annual New Times Pairings In Partnership with Wine Watch – Broward County Convention Center (Tickets Available to the Public): Ft. Lauderdale, FL

For more details about the food and wine tasting event, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   newtimespairings.com

September 25, 2013 – “Taste of Majorca” Flights and Bites Paired Wine Tasting – The Biltmore Hotel (Open to Members and Non-Members): Coral Gables, FL

For more details about the wine tasting, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   biltmorehotel.com

August 24, 2013 – St. Louis Feast Day (Closed-Event): Saint Louis Catholic Church (Pinecrest, FL)

July 26, 2013 – Free Wine Tasting: Xixón Cafe (Spanish Restaurant and Vinoteca)

For more details about the wine tasting, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   localwineevents.com

July 20, 2013 – Free Wine Tasting: Happy Wine at 8th Street Saturday Paella Lunch Event

For more details about the wine tasting, visit this event site.   clc_web-link   localwineevents.com

July 14, 2013 – 14th Annual International Mango Festival Brunch at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. will host a wine tasting session as part of the brunch prepared by several highly regarded South Florida chefs who will treat us with their best mango dishes. This year’s event includes: Chef Kris Wessel of Florida Cookery, Chef Allen Susser, Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House, Chef David Bracha of Oak Tavern, Chef Daniel Serfer of Blue Collar, and Frank & Andrea Randazzo of Creative Tastes.

For more details about the brunch and to obtain tickets, visit the garden’s event site.   clc_web-link   fairchildgarden.org

July 13-14, 2013 – Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden 21st Annual International Mango Festival

The Cerdá, Llanos y Cía. team will showcase our unique wine portfolio (display products and provide informational materials) and present an exhibition on the Minorcan presence in Florida which dates back to the 18th Century. The exhibit titled “The Minorcan Legacy and its Influence on Florida’s Wine Culture” is part of our efforts to celebrate the 500th anniversary (1513-2013) of Juan Ponce de León’s arrival on Florida’s East coast and we are proud to announce has been selected as a Signature Event by the Florida Department of State’s Viva Florida 500 initiative.

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For a description on the official events calendar, visit the Viva Florida 500 site.
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For more details about the festival and the location of our booth, visit the garden’s event site.
  clc_web-link   fairchildgarden.org

To view the exhibit presented July 13-14, 2013 at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, follow this link.
  clc_web-link EXHIBIT-THE MINORCAN LEGACY AND ITS INFLUENCE ON FLORIDA’S WINE CULTURE