We ship these wines every wednesday!We ship these wines every wednesday!



€40,00 per litre

Price includes taxes, but not delivery

Official info

Production: 1400 bottles
MARKO SKIN is a hand-made selection of the best grapes from the best and oldest vines of the property. 

The vineyards are located in the village of Kortezubi, a little old town in Bizkaia, famous for its prehistoric caves which form a Unesco World Heritage Site. The vineyard soil is composed of calcareous clay.

After 8 days of skin contact in 300 litre amphorae, the skins are removed and the wine is left to ferment. It is then transferred to 225 litre French oak barrel to age for 8 months in contact with its lees. The wine is bottled unfiltered.

Character (notes from producer)
Marko Skin shows aroma ́s of quince and baked apple. On the palate the lively acidity is well balanced by flavours of caramalized orange peel and dried apricot. 

The name Skin clearly refers to the skin contact this wine has been given. In the label this is depicted as a skinless face, accompanied by the phrase “Your skin attracts me with the gravity of the entire cosmos which outside suffers its impenetrable black eternity,” by Nicarguan poet Giaconda Belli.

Country: Spain Region: Bizkaiko Txakolina

Type: Orange Grapes: Hondarribi Zuri

Producer: OXER

Vintage: 2019 Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750ml

Price Per Litre: € 40.00

Allergies: Contains Sulphites*


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YES! We can deliver to you!   


Our delivery is quite unique, as we work with our partner importers who supply us the wines to ship to you. This allows you to have much more choice than one shop in general, but the only thing we ask in return is a little patience in delivery and the understanding, that their might be the possibility that one of your wines could be unexpectedly out of stock.  and

If ordered by 10am on Tuesday, we pick up the ordered wines on Wednesdays from our partners, and aim to dispatch the same day! If in Germany, you can expect your wines within 2-3 working days of his day. If elsewhere in Europe, expect between 2-6 working days.