Spain’s fine wines have never exactly wowed on the secondary market but beneath the lack of standout headlines their performance is far from woeful.
One of Spain’s leading winemakers has declared that his fruit this year was as good as any he could remember, raising the potential of this year’s vintage.
Rioja has recorded its earliest ever harvest this year, according to the control board for the region.
International Sherry Week returns for a second year this week, with events all over the world planned to celebrate the delights of the Spanish fortified wine.
The Spanish region of Pénedes is set to toast the 2015 vintage as a strong one despite the variable weather conditions throughout the year, one of its leading producers has reported.
A new initiative called “Eat Spain Drink Spain” has launched in the UK to show that Spanish wine and food are the “most natural of partners”.
Bibendum PLB’s specialist off-trade arm Walker & Wodehouse has bolstered its Spanish portfolio with the addition of Rioja producer Bodegas Cosme Palacio.
Italy has overtaken France to become the country with the largest wine production in the world, as it expects a 50.37 million hectolitre harvest in 2015-16.
On this day in 1264 the Kingdom of Castile captured Jerez de la Frontera from the Moors.
Torres has revived two more “ancestral” varieties as part of its long-running project to bring back forgotten grapes.
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