Category: Spanish Wines

  • Rioja Wine – New Classifications Announced

    In terms of a global stage, the world of wine is remarkably unchanging and despite the various changes happening on a world scale right now, things rarely change in the wine scene. However, recently, the Rioja Consejio Regulador (wine commission of Rioja) has announced a brand new classification system and thrown one of the oldest and most established standards in the wine world into a new era. Continue reading

  • Spanish vineyards

    Spanish wine and the flame within

    European culture is interesting and popular in pop culture, and among the many is Spanish culture. Spanish culture involves some of its wines too; but there are many misconceptions surrounding this drink – in fact, the more you begin to know, the more you realize how much there you don't know yet! Continue reading

  • Spanish Rioja

    The Ultimate Rioja Wine Guide

    When we think of Spanish wine, we immediately think of one that is both red and strong. Rioja wine is one of the many red wines that has genuinely surpassed its domestic glory and achieved world renown. One sip of this wine and we are instantly transported to the beautiful landscapes in Spain, experiencing it with every essence included from the beautiful nectar you're consuming. Continue reading

  • Cava wine

    Cava Wine – The wine and the beauty behind

    Cava (with it's home in Penedes, Catalonia) is a Spanish sparkling wine mainly made from Macabeu white grape. It's light bitter finish, and lemony flavor has a taste similar to green almonds made from a specific variety of grapes grown in the region. Continue reading

  • Spanish white wine

    An Introduction to the Best Spanish White Wine

    Reds are the first that comes to mind when someone mentions the wine of Spain. At the same time however, there are many examples of Spanish white wine that are considered excellent. The list of the famous Spanish wines traditionally would start with Rueda and proceeds with White Riojas, Cava, Sherry, Txakoli, Albarino, and many others. Continue reading

  • Tempranillo wine grapes growing in situ

    Tempranillo Wine – Making the Most of Every Sip You Take

    In the last few years Tempranillo wine has taken the world of wines by storm. The fact that it's easy to drink and goes perfectly with many favorite foods has proven as a winning combination. Perfect reviews coupled with social media coverage made it an instant hit as the demand skyrocketed in the last year or so. Continue reading