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Tag Archives: Vinos de Madrid

Bodegas Navarro Fino

It’s spring time and summers just around the corner. Today, as I walked over to the 20th editon of Gourmetour, I was blessed with a slight breeze that cut down the sun’s growing heat in Madrid. However, despite the heat, everything has been green and beautiful as a result of […]

Primer 2005 – Carbonic Maceration

Carbonic Maceration: A winemaking technique used to produce light, fruity red wines with a distinctive character. This definition taken from Answers.com goes on to explain the process with which this “light fruity wine” is made. Last month, I wrote about my experience drinking a Carbonic Macerated Spanish wine, terrified that I […]

Wine Blogging Wednesday

So I had some difficulty with this task. The DO of [Vino's de Madrid->http://www.vinosdemadrid.es/web/espanol.htm] is a relatively new DO but growing fast. Hence, there were a lot of wines to choose from. Made up of 3 subzones: [SAN MARTÍN, NAVALCARNERO, and ARGANDA->http://www.vinosdemadrid.es/web/espanol/interior.asp?pth=op3], Vinos de Madrid is a great place to […]

Wine Survey at FERMENTATIONS

Make sure to look at this survey on the blog FERMENTATIONS. Not only is it informative, but it also really opened my eyes as to the perspective people have about Spanish wines. Of the 216 people who took the survey, you can be sure that every single one probably has […]

Cheap Wine!

While in Spain, I have had the chance to taste wines from 100 euros a bottle to wines that cost .50 cents a bottle. Today I picked at random two wines, one red and one white that I was able to buy in the supermarket for less than 3 euros […]