Ribera del Duero and Rueda pulled off quite the victory at the 2015 Ultimate Wine Challenge: Our wines were the top-rated Spanish bottles.
With a handful of wines paired with ridiculously delicious food, we showed Brooklyn what it's like to Sí What's Next.
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.
What’s the right temperature to serve your wine? We've kinda-sorta got the answer for you.
Want to step up your al fresco drinking game? Here are a few easy upgrades for pairing the great outdoors with wine this summer.
Spain’s most popular white grape is Verdejo, and it is native to the region of Rueda in Castilla y Leon.
Ask any sommelier what a wine needs to be “food-friendly,” and they'll tell you one thing: acidity. Verdejo has that with a capital “A” – along with flavor, balance and fruit aplenty.
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.