Category Archives: Winemaking

Seductive Pedro Ximénez sweet wine

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We know that Pedro Ximénez are responsible for some of the most captivating and long-lived sweet wines in the world, but behind this name there are stories, legends and other curious facts. Let’s find out a little more about this … Continuar leyendo

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Tempranillo, the great Spanish ambassador

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Tempranillo is the fourth most planted grape in the world and the most common red variety in Spain. It is known as the grape of a thousand wines because it grows in many different regions and the resulting wines are … Continuar leyendo

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Riesling, that coveted white wine

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The Riesling grape is in constant rivalry with the Chardonnay grape, both fighting for popularity and to be crowned the best white variety. It is considered the best and most noble of the German strains and is one of the … Continuar leyendo

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Chardonnay, the most international and glamorous white

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The Chardonnay grape is the queen of the white varieties and the most planted grape in the world, even more so than the Spanish Airén. It originates in the French region of Burgundy, close to the town it shares its … Continuar leyendo

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Vegan wine: what are vegan wines?

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We’ve realised that customers feel a bit confused whenever we talk about vegan wine: Vegan wine? But doesn’t wine come from grapes? And so, isn’t all wine vegan? Well no, not all wines are vegan wines, even though they do … Continuar leyendo

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The influence of different types of soil on wine: Slate

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We continue with the second chapter about the influence of types of soil on wine, having previously talked about the influence of granite. This time we focus on Slate soils.   Slate soils have a metamorphic origin. I.e. they come mainly … Continuar leyendo

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Decanting

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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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The rise of natural wines

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Some time ago, we talked about the origin of the trend of natural wines, or wines without sulfites, and their recent boom. Today, we can confirm that it is one of the most significant trends in the world of wine. Large wineries … 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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