Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines (DC&E) has added two Spanish wines Campo Eliseo and Campo Alegre to its portfolio of imports for the American market, as part of its plan to seek out best wines worldwide.

Campo Eliseo is sourced from 50 to 75 year old vines and is Rolland and Lurton’s signature Toro wine and will be sold for a suggested retail price of about $80 per bottle.

Campo Alegre, which is made from younger vines and lighter in style, will be sold for about $40 per bottle.

The company has received exclusive US importing rights to the two Spanish wines from the Toro appellation of Spain.

The two Spanish wines are a joint venture between Michel and Dany Rolland and Francois Lurton.

The company began shipping the 2008 Campo Eliseo and 2010 Campo Alegre earlier this month, marking its first foray into the hot and growing category of Spanish wine.

DC&E claims that Campo Eliseo and Campo Alegre are 100% Tinta de Toro and will be available in 20 markets including New York, Florida, Washington DC, Texas and California.

DC&E Wines president Claudia Schubert said that the company’s import collection includes wines from the wine growing regions and producers.

"Adding Campo Eliseo and Campo Alegre expands our portfolio with a great partner and outstanding wines," Schubert added.

Lurton said: "We the producers of Campo Eliseo in Toro, are privileged and happy to have Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines as our US importer".

The DC&E US portfolio is composed of California properties, including Beaulieu Vineyard, Sterling, Provenance, Acacia and Rosenblum Cellars in the Napa Valley as well as Chalone Estate in the central coast.

The addition two Spanish wines will expand the company’s import portfolio, including 19 estates in Burgundy, Almaviva from Chile and Navarro Correas from Argentina.

DC&E added the wines of Domaine Anne Gros in Vosne-Romanee and the Domaine Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot wines from the Minervois region of France in the recent times.