With the Garciarévalo fan base growing from Seattle to New York to Madrid and every where between, Antonio Arévalo has a lot to be proud of.
Even for those who might only be minimally aware of Ribera del Duero wines, there’s a good chance you have come across Protos while staring at a wine store shelf or pondering the Spanish section of a restaurant’s wine list. Their history and pedigree make Protos the quintessence of Ribera.
If you happen to find yourself moseying through the Marques de Riscal facilities in Rueda, you’ll see state-of-the-art winemaking technology, surgical cleanliness and an intense attention paid to those pesky details that add up in the end.
Doing things the easy or expected way just isn’t a possibility for Yolanda Garcia Viadero and the Valduero winery she crafts wines for.
In what might be considered winning the Triple Crown of the Spanish wine world, Ribera del Duero and Rueda pulled off quite the victory at the 2015 Ultimate Wine Challenge: Our wines were the top-rated bottles in both the Spanish White Wine category as well as the Spanish Red Wine.
Fork Restaurant isn't just Philadelphia's best restaurant according to lots of lists, it also boasts one of the more eclectic wine selections around -- with both Ribera del Duero and Rueda earning a starring role on its elite list.
There’s a new wave of wine lovers out there, and they’re changing up the way we sip and share. More than ever, 20- and 30-somethings are the ones calling the wine shots, be it in the stores or at restaurants, and they are increasingly bringing vino into their social spheres. To uncork some of this […]
Hands-down the most buzz-worthy new restaurant -- and hence, hardest reservation -- in the New York City dining scene is Cosme. And out of just five white wines served by-the-glass, the restaurant opened with a Verdejo from Rueda on the menu.
When wine meets fire, magic happens. And Jake Kosseff, partner and sommelier at Seattle's Miller's Guild, is a wine (and fire) wizard who just so happens to have a hankering for Ribera and Rueda.