With its extreme weather conditions and unique topography, Ribera del Duero is a region that demands extreme patience and dedication from its winemakers. Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW explores the increasing complexity of the region’s wines and recommends 10 bottles to try
Established in the 1970s, this pioneering Spanish winery helped to define modern Rioja.
SOUL WINES Douro Portugal decide to organize the first SOULWINES INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL TASTING, that will happen from the 12th to 31st October.
Tinazzi Winery suggests two wines available in the Chinese market to pair them with the dishes recommended by the Chefs of the Chinese Cuisines Meet Italian Wines Guide.
Running along the Duero River through Castilian heartlands, and scented with the seductive aroma of roasted lamb, the Ribera del Duero region has changed rapidly...
Who doesn’t love Rioja? From the gorgeous raspberry freshness of its joven (young) wines, to the layers of peppery spiciness added by American oak in the reservas, up to the cigar-box subtlety and elegant restraint of the gran reservas, Rioja is seductive stuff.
Utiel-Requena is the new kid on the block. It is a relative newcomer, both to wine lists and to wine shelves. Its wines, and especially its lively reds and bright rosés, have a refreshingly contemporary feel, making them a welcome entrant to the diversity of the new Spain. Yet winemaking in Utiel-Requena is not in the least new.
Spain’s Bobal grape is a distinctive native variety that finds its best expression in its heartland of Utiel-Requena. Simon Field MW offers a guide。
In partnership with DO Extremadura. Where you can find them in export markets, these wines represent fantastic value for money, says David Williams as he picks his top buys
David Williams profiles nine wineries making great strides to help put the wines of Extremadura on the map.