On Cloud Wine (and Dine): Explore Spain’s Top Enotourism DestinationsIt’s no secret that wine is a billion-dollar industry, but what some may not know is that the U.S. just had its 26th consecutive year of growth in wine sales. People in the U.S. are drinking more wine and enjoying it on more occasions. This growing […]
Much like Sangiovese in Italy, Tempranillo is Spain’s most widely planted red grape variety and it grows all over. It is known by many names and clones throughout the country, each enjoying subtle adapted differences related to its home. Tempranillo’s true expression is best found in higher elevations with a continental climate. That perfect combination […]
Join us as we spend five minutes with Shelby James, Wine Buyer & Deli Manager at Miami’s beloved and oldest wine store, Sunset Corners, to learn about her favorite memories, key wine takeaways and how this trip might have changed her outlook on Ribera & Rueda wines.
Fresh and crisp white wines with vibrant acidity may be Rueda’s best-known expression of the Verdejo grape, but it’s far from the only style.
Deep in the heart of Texas, sommeliers and wine experts from around the U.S. heaped praise on wines from Ribera del Duero and Rueda.
Spanish market by Chef José Andrés and the famed Adrià brothers debuts at Hudson Yards, featuring Ribera and Rueda wines.
Women are shaping and influencing Ribera del Duero and Rueda’s wine industry in greater numbers than ever before.
Did you know…that Aranda de Duero, the capital of Ribera del Duero, is home to the Interpretation Centre for Wine Architecture (CIAVIN)? It is situated beneath an 18th century building in a network of tunnels where inhabitants have made and stored wine since the middle ages. (The cellars were also used for celebrating the town´s fiestas!) […]