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Latest entries about La Mancha

Sierra de Gredos: A Treasure Trove for Old Vine Garnacha

written by Quentin Sadler | 14th March 2011

I have a guilty secret. I just do not get the excitement about Grenache and Shiraz. Blended together, or on their own, these grapes often seem too much of a blunt instrument to me. That is not to say that I cannot appreciate that these are good wine grapes that have their place – of course I can. I...

The Vibrant and Dynamic Wines of Spain’s Radical Center

written by Quentin Sadler | 12th November 2010

I well remember my first experiences of Spanish wine, I was only a child, but mixed with enough Gaseosa I seem to recall finding it palatable. Every summer we would spend our holidays in Javea, midway between Valencia and Alicante. We usually drove down through France, but occasionally used the car ferry direct from England to Bilbao or Santander...
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Port Wine Tour with Ryan Opaz

Eager to taste a wide range of spectacular Port wine with a Knight of the Port Wine Brotherhood? Are you...

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Lisbon Culinary Experience

Meet the passionate people crafting old-school Portuguese food deep inside Lisbon’s traditional neighborhoods. Visit the traditional hole-in-the-wall bakeries famed for their...

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Barcelona Market Tour & Cooking Class

On this four hour Barcelona Cooking Class and Market Tour, you’ll have the rare opportunity to ease your way into...

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Fontantars dels Alforins: The Forefront of Quality Wine in the D.O. Valencia

written by John Maher | 19th August 2009

One of the peculiarities of the Valencia Denominación de Origen is its further division into four subzones: Alto Turia, Valentino, Moscatel de Valencia and Clariano. Perhaps the most distinctive in terms of both landscape and wines is the most southerly, Clariano, just the Valencia side of Alicante. At the heart of this subzone is the Vall d’Albaida, a fertile...

The Scot, the Spanish Cheese Shop and the City of Barcelona: Formatgeria La Seu

written by Gabriella Opaz | 12th January 2009

Would it surprise you if I told you that a Scottish woman claims to own the only cheese shop in Spain dedicated exclusively to Spanish cheese? Granted, we have no way of proving this, but if Katherine’s statement is true, I give her a lot of credit. There are many examples of foreigners falling in love with Spain to...

How is the 2008 Iberian Harvest Shaping Up?

written by Gabriella Opaz | 14th September 2008

Feel the chill in the air, the earthy aromas of dried leaves and wet soil, the vibrant orange and red colors on the tip of the leaves like small dabs of paint radiating from the deep dark green background? Sigh, this is my favorite time of the year. I love to fill a thermos with hot tea, chocolate, or...

Iberian Wine Links around the Web

written by Gabriella Opaz | 28th January 2008

After having a fun filled adventurous weekend of walking along the Mediterranean shore, hiking our local mountain, La Mola, in 65 degree temperatures, and finally, given a private tour through the famous Barcelona Cemetery created in 1883, I thought it might be time to catch you up on last week’s events. II INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE & WINE...
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