Rioja has recorded its earliest ever harvest this year, according to the control board for the region.
Bibendum PLB’s specialist off-trade arm Walker & Wodehouse has bolstered its Spanish portfolio with the addition of Rioja producer Bodegas Cosme Palacio.
Time is running out for Rioja producers to enter The Rioja Masters 2015, the fourth annual competition that seeks to recognise and reward the finest wines from the region.
A recent trip to Rioja featured chandeliers, chambermaids, pocket watches, ancient reds, terroir perfume and brilliant blue skies.
Rioja’s array of different wine styles means it is now practically impossible to define the character of the region’s reds according to one Master of Wine.
Australian adults are drinking less wine but more often according to a new report published by Wine Intelligence this week.
Biking bounders, Cretan cuisine, Aston Martins, touch rugby, iced tea on tap and Glorious Goodwood – it’s been an energetic week in the drinks industry.
Thousands have taken part in Rioja’s annual wine fight, drenching each other with buckets of wine.
Rioja has become a victim of its own success, unsustainably driven by low prices and high volumes according to one of the top winemakers in the region.
British foodies are passing over Bordeaux and Burgundy in favour of Spanish Rioja to match their increasingly relaxed dining habits, according to a new survey.
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