Ham and Wine Gift Set
    Ham and Wine Gift Set
    Arturo Sanchez Jamon Iberico de Bellota 100%
    Caballo Oscuro Reserva 2017

Ham and Wine Gift Set

Product information



The best of Spain. An indulgent gift or just for you.

What is Jamon Iberico de Bellota

This product is Arturo Sánchez’s soul. The pillar and foundation that has held this legendary Ibérico house since 1917: excellence, craft, honesty, tradition.

Jamon Ibérico de Bellota is a true gastronomic jewel, because each piece is unique: the union of the best raw material, the pure breed pig raised in the best dehesa fields, and the natural curing in our cellars in Guijuelo.

Time is of essence on a product like this: two years of living in freedom, in the dehesa fields, with two seasons to guarantee a double acorn-based feed and its healthy nutritional properties; then, a minimum of 48 months’ curing in Guijuelo, in natural drying sheds, where the cold, dry wind of the Béjar and Gredos mountains do the rest.

Every day is different, a true challenge, and only the deepest knowledge gathered over more than a century of experience by a family who loves their work can guarantee that the 100% Iberian cured acorn ham that reaches your table is unique among the Iberian hams: the essence of a pure, balanced, full flavour. Unforgettable.

How to Serve Jamon Iberico de Bellota

Iberico ham should be ideally served at a temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. The reason behind this, is because the ham contains oleic acid which is activated when the ham reaches a temperature of 15 degrees celsius or more. This acid breaks the meat cells making the meat shine and sweat, releasing the full aromas and flavours of the ham.

To serve Arturo Sanchez Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, open the pack and allow the ham to breathe for 30 minutes, just like a bottle good wine. Serve on a warm plate so the ham reaches the ideal serving temperature, and the oleic acid gets activated.

Tip – you can run the pack under hot water for a few minutes, pat dry with a towel and lay the slices of ham spreading them evenly.

The best partner to this acorn-fed ibérico ham with good quality crusty bread and a fine wine such as our Caballo Oscuro Reserva 2016 from Cariñena.

Cabalo Oscuro Reserva 2017

Over time the fresh fruit flavours of Garnacha become richer and with a longer ageing in American oak, a deeper complexity is added, with hints of spices and a certain smokiness.

The Ebro is the major river in the north-east of Spain and the largest river in Spain to run into the Mediterranean. Along its length there are many wine growing regions, starting with the region of Rioja below the city of Logroño. From there it flows through the lower part of Navarra and then on past Campo de Borja, Calatayud and Cariñena… way on down towards the Priorat, Tarragona and to the sea.

Tasting Notes of Caballo Oscuro Reserva 2017:  The cooked fruitiness of an aged Garnacha dominates, with notes of mint, herbs and smoke from the ageing. The palate is fruity and soft, but with a good acidity and a powerful structure to give a long finish. Alcohol 14.5%


  • Arturo Sanchez Jamon Iberico de Bellota 100%
    Arturo Sanchez Jamon Iberico de Bellota 100%
  • Caballo Oscuro Reserva 2017
    Caballo Oscuro Reserva 2017