Discover our new Field Blend Wines - Boutinot


While field blends are rooted in tradition, they have experienced a resurgence in modern winemaking as consumers and winemakers alike seek out more authentic and terroir-driven expressions in their wines. Unlike conventional wine blends, field blend wines are made by harvesting all grapes, of all varieties present in a single plot, or even in a whole vineyard, and typically co-fermenting them. In regions like Tierra del Vino de Zamora, this traditional method saw historic owners effectively blending their wines in the field when they planted the original vines.


Introducing “The Field Blend Collection” from Bodega Viñas del Cénit


Three new wines in our portfolio, “The Field Blend Collection” from Bodega Viñas del Cénit encompass this traditional and unconventional winemaking, harvesting from Organic vineyards, some planted over 100 years ago. The vineyards and winery are located in Zamora, on the Duero river in between Valladolid and the Portuguese border. There are three wines in the range, a White and two Reds. The White ‘Las Contiesas’ is a textured and elegant style of white wine, with struck match/mineral characters. The ‘Tradicion’ is a lighter style of red,  almost a deep rosé in colour, very fine, complex and precise. The ‘Bonales’ has more colour and tannin but is still really elegant.

Viñas del Cenit Field Blend Las Contiesas


Viñas del Cenit Field Blend Bonales


Viñas del Cenit Field Blend Tradición


Hand Harvested Doña Blanca is the majority grape alongside Palomino, Godello, Albilllo Mayor and Verdejo.

“Aromas of citrus and stone fruit, with a pleasing minerality and texture on the palate”



A mix of red and white varieties: Tempranillo and Garnacha alongside Doña Blanca, Verdejo, a little Godello.

“The nose has vibrant red and black fruit characters, floral notes and a hint of balsamic. The palate is complex with bramble and plum fruit, a touch of spice, and ripe tannins adding weight. The finish is long and elegant”



A mix of red and white varieties: Tempranillo, Garnacha and Garnacha Tintorera, alongside Doña Blanca, Godello and Palomino.

“Complex aromas of bramble and redcurrant fruit with a lightly herbal note. The palate is bright and fresh with raspberry and red cherry, vibrant acidity and supple tannins”


The Bodega Viñas del Cénit collection are not the only field blends available in our portfolio.  Varying in styles we have interesting, and of course delicious, field blend wines from Spain, Chile and the USA. 


Gómez Cruzado Honorable Rioja (wooden case)


Emiliana Coyam

[Organic & Biodynamic]


Giornata Il Campo Rosso

[Organic & Biodynamic]


A richly flavoured field blend from Gomez Cruzado’s oldest vineyards. Ripe tannins are balanced by vibrant acidity and developed dried fruit, mocha and toasty spice characters. An award winning blend which scored Gold at the Decanter World Wine Awards in 2021



A wine that is named after the oak forests which surround Emiliana’s magical Colchagua home, Los Robles. Coyam is the ultimate expression of this estate and a field blend of their best selection. This award winning wine recently received 95pts from James Suckling and 95pts in Decanter Magazine. 



Campo Rosso is an organically and bio-dynamically farmed field blend of Sangiovese, Barbera and Aglianico from Paso Robles. Bright fruit marries with fresh acidity to create a fantastic food-friendly, easy-drinking style.



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