Category Archives: Wineries

Grape-picking in Comando G: Fine wines / high class work

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We’ve set off for the Sierra de Gredos to pick grapes for a few days with Fer and Dani, components of Comando G and Daniel Landi a winery devoted to fine precision work. Grenache wines from grapes grown in impressive places, full of different microclimates, soils … Continuar leyendo

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A visit to Terroir al Límit

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We recently visited the winery Terroir al Lìmit, lead by Dominik Huber, a German citizen who first arrived in Priorat in 1996. His way of interpreting the landscapes has changed over the years, until 2018. He now has a project, people and … Continuar leyendo

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Visit to Mas Martinet and Venus la Universal

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In the past few days, we travelled to the region of Priorat and Montsant to visit Mas Martinet and Venus la Universal. Both projects are led by Sara Pérez, the second one in collaboration with her partner, René Barbier Jr. … Continuar leyendo

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Bertrand Sourdais and his sites in Soria’s side of Ribera del Duero

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A few days ago, during one of our getaways to try Ribera del Duero wines, we visited one of the most renowned vinedressers with the most personality of the region, Bertrand Sourdais. Sourdais, of French origin, comes from a family of winemakers … Continuar leyendo

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A return to the origins of Rioja wines

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Legendary wineries have emerged from it thanks to the Bordeaux influence. Throughout the years, the DO has grown significantly. Several types of wine are produced within it, from modern to classical ones, all of them under the brands Joven, Crianza, … Continuar leyendo

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A stroll around Clos Mogador with Rene Barbier Jr

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Last Saturday, at 12pm, we met René Barbier Jr. in Clos Mogador (Gratallops). It was one of those visits that give you butterflies, since this winery and region have been flagships in the winemaking world since our beginnings. René arrived … Continuar leyendo

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Abel Mendoza, the word of a winemaker.

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Last Thursday, 5th January, we visited Abel Mendoza, a small but great wine producer located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra, La Rioja. It was not the best day to see him; there was a lot of work to be done in … Continuar leyendo

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Harvesting Comunica

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22/09/2016 Pep Aguilar and Patri Morillo are Comunica, a joint project that never fails to inspire. Created from knowledge acquired throughout many years of experience in various wineries, Comunica is the product of a long journey. A ‘Do It Yourself’, with … 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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Cavas Mas Codina. A family tradition since 1681

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Recently, with the motivation Wine Tour has stirred by kicking off with the release of the annual 50 Great Cavas 2014, we have the opportunity to witness first-hand the good work at Cavas Mas Codina. Without a doubt, this winery … Continuar leyendo

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