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 […]
James Beard Award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette of Toro restaurants in NYC and Boston shared his paella recipe that will be featured during Valentine’s celebrations at Toro NYC. If you can’t make it there, the next best idea is to grab a bottle of Ribera del Duero or Rueda (or both!) and treat someone special to this paella at […]
Serving lamb, especially when prepared on the grill, is the epitome of Spanish hospitality. This summer take your backyard grilling up several notches with these lamb skewers!
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.
For your next Taco Tuesday, try this flavorful dish made with ground turkey and lots of tasty seasonings. Pair with a Rueda Bodegas Naia Verdejo (fruity and slightly sweet enough to offset the spices!) or Ribera del Duero Protos Tinto Fino.
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.
Adapted from Chef Felix Plasencia of Bulla Gastrobar in Coral Gables, FL, this Spanish appetizer is all kinds of right – salty, savory and exploding w