Category Archives: Curiosity


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Decanting is the action of separating liquids from solids. Described in this way it seems to be a simple and mechanical operation, but if we’re talking about decanting in the world of wine, then we’re referring to something that is … Continuar leyendo

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The influence of different soils on wine: Granite

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One of the important factors of the terroir is the soil where the vine is planted. The type of soil where the roots grow, absorb nutrients and absorb solar radiation, which results in different wine profiles. We therefore think it’s … Continuar leyendo

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Best Spanish Wines

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Today we want to talk to you about a difficult task that we have to face from time to time. People often ask us: which are the best Spanish wines? Truth be told, it is very difficult for us to talk … Continuar leyendo

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Women and Wine

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Women equality should be praised every day, not only on the 8 March. And, of course, it should also be praised in the world of wine. To commemorate International Women’s Day, at Decántalo we want to show you the work … Continuar leyendo

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Vineyard zoning is slowly becoming a reality

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  In recent times, in many Denominations of Origin (D.O.) they are claiming for a change when it comes to classifying subareas and labelling wines. Each day, there are more and more voices, especially of traditional producers, who wish to … Continuar leyendo

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Large formats: Wine in Magnum and Jeroboam formats, among others.

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Wine is one of those pleasures that are enjoyed when shared. This is why we have updated our catalogue with these kinds of formats, so that you can enjoy good wines with great company: for example, wine in Magnum format … Continuar leyendo

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Native and minority varieties

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We present you with a selection of wines made with native minority varieties of the Iberian peninsula. These varieties have been forgotten for a long time, and they were even replaced in the 90s with better varieties from France, such … Continuar leyendo

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The resurrection of the Garnacha

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From January, we are going to include articles in the blog that focus on the grape varieties inhabiting our vineyards. We will start with one of the most planted varieties in Spain and currently one of the most versatile, the … Continuar leyendo

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Carbonic Maceration: a promising future

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A term we are starting to hear more and more in the world of wine, so let’s go over its history a little. Carbonic maceration was scientifically created by Luis Pasteur in 1872, when he studied the spontaneous fermentation process of … Continuar leyendo

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Classic Wine vs. Modern Wine

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Classic and modern. Two terms used frequently to describe wine. A distinction between styles, as if it were a local derby. And you? Which category do you fall into? Img Craig Drollett (CC By 2.0) They became fashionable in the world of … Continuar leyendo

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