4 Kilos – Hen And Seals: Wine Rich In Human Contact


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4 kilos are fast becoming one of my favourite Spanish producers. Based in Mallorca and named after the 4 million Peseta investment to set the winery up back in 2006 (about €24,000), they have been producing some epic wines ever since.

Formed by winemaker Francesc Grimalt and musician Sergio Caballero, their first vintage in 2006 was vinified in milk refrigeration units before being released to market in 2008. They later converted a former sheep farm into a small winery to produce their wines.


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