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New Parker Points on wines from the Mediterranean, Central Spain and the Canary Islands

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It seems like we’re in for a treat since Luis Gutiérrez, the man at the helm of Parker for Spanish wines, has released 3 publications at the same time. We now have new points for Mediterranean wines, wines from the central … Continuar leyendo

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New Wines for July 2016.

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In this post of new wines coming this July we have a little bit of everything for you! We have 6 great wines for you, sparkling, white and red wines, light wines and wines with slightly more body. Clos Lentiscus … Continuar leyendo

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Classifying Wines on their Origin and Production

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When speaking about Spanish wines, we´re used to hearing about the “Denominación de Origen”, or DO. Sometimes, we also classify wines as Vinos de Pago or Vinos de Calidad, but what do these classifications actually mean? In Spain, there are … Continuar leyendo

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New Parker Points for Bierzo wines – May 2016.

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This week another set of Parker Points were awarded by Luis Gutierrez, head of Robert Parker for Spanish wines, to wines from El Bierzo. We say another because this is the third time that Luis Gutierrez has awarded wines from … Continuar leyendo

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New Wines at Decántalo, May 2016!

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We are now entering into the month of May, the month of flowers that brings us into the months of summer, and as ever, brings us a new list of wines at Decántalo! Prepare yourself as this month has come … Continuar leyendo

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Spain beats Italy and France as the largest exporter of wine in the world

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Good news for the Spanish wine industry! And according to the latest news, Spain has become the largest exporter of wine in the world, ahead of even France and  Italy, which has been the leader in exports in recent years. Between September … Continuar leyendo

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New ratings by Guía Peñín 2015

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As usual in this time of year, Guía Peñín, which celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, has put on sale its new edition on 7th October. Guía Peñin 2015 celebrates its 25th edition with a record number of wines tasted, 10,800, representing … Continuar leyendo

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At what temperature should you serve each type of wine?

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As you may have already seen, the last post was about the ideal serving temperature of wines in the summer. We won’t stray away from the subject. This post will try to shed some light on the optimal serving temperatures … Continuar leyendo

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Luis Gutiérrez, Robert Parker’s new taster for spanish, chilean and argentinian wines

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Luís Gutierrez and Robert Parker Twitter The successor of Neal Martin and next responsible of Parker’s tasting and rating for Spanish wines, Chilian and Argentinian wines was announced yesterday by Lisa Perrotti-Brown, the director of  TWA (The Wine Advocate), the prestigious … Continuar leyendo

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Wine from Murcia. Discover Spain throughout its wines

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Have you ever been to Murcia? Murcia is a crossroads of cultures with a great historical heritage. But beyond that, have you tried this region’s wines? If you do not yet know this region and its wines, here you are … Continuar leyendo

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