Two sommeliers dive into the riches of the Ribera del Duero and Rueda regions. See what they found.
Drive about two hours northwest from Madrid and you’ll reach the town of Rueda, where Bodegas Mocén occupies an expansive estate of stone and brick, complete with Castilian courtyard and terracotta roofs.
The chicken or the egg is a hypothetical that’s become a bit of a standby cliché. Well, we’ve got a new one with a Spanish twist for you when it comes to the Pago de Carraovejas winery in Ribera del Duero: What came first — the suckling pig, or the wine? Unlike the avian version […]
Good movies and good wine sure have a lot in common when you think about it. They take time, money and a certain level of good taste to make. They’re the sum of their parts, and one misstep can send the whole project awry. And, when you witness or experience a great version of either […]
What does it take to set yourself apart in the wine world? For Emilio Moro, it's equal parts history, quality and philanthropy.
There’s a certain yin-and-yang that comes along with talking to Richard Sanz, the winemaker who runs Menade in Rueda.
Scan the rows of wine on the shelf of your local wine shop, and there’s one bottle of Rueda that’s bound to catch your eye, should it be in stock. But it's what's inside Shaya's striking bottles that keep wine-lovers coming back for more.
The way that the Ortega family started their now-bicontinental O. Fournier winery is not your typical family winery tale.