Spain’s Great Match

Wines from Spain is pleased to host the 23rd Annual Spain’s Great Match event for wine novices and connoisseurs alike, to discover Spain’s wine, food, and design. Join us at the Frank Gehry-designed IAC HQ Building to experience the diversity of Spain on Wednesday, October 5, 2016.

Trade and Press 12:00PM – 4:00PM

Welcome to the 23rd Annual Spain’s Great Match, the largest comprehensive Spanish wine tasting in the US highlighting more than 300 wines from leading producers.  Spain’s Great Match is an event organized by the Trade Commission of Spain, in which American importers and distributors of Spanish wines present their top products, new wines and their latest vintages to the American wine industry professionals and media.

This event will feature importer/winery portfolio stations and regional tables.  Learn about the most important and lesser-known exciting Spanish grape varieties and regions while tasting your way through Spain or by attending one or more of the tasting seminars.

Schedule of Events
12:00 – 4:00 pm
Walk Around Tasting
All Tasting Seminars will be announced shortly.

**Trade and media events are complimentary — RSVP required. Please bring business card.
***Registration is available on site.

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Consumer 6:30PM – 9:00PM

From mountainous terrain to salty shores, Spain produces an array of quality wines.  Taste over 300 world-class Spanish wines from one of the top wine producing countries in the world, paired with tapas created by New York City’s top Spanish restaurants.

This lifestyle showcase event will feature examples of Spain’s award winning interior design industry.

General Admission: $80 – 6:30-9:00 pm
Premium Admission: $140 (with one hour exclusive access) – 5:30-6:30 pm 

Early Bird General Admission (Until September 7): $65
Early Bird Premium Admission (Until September 7): $110

Must be 21 and over to purchase tickets. There will be no ticket sales on-site and no refunds.  Event will go on rain or shine.

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It could be argued that Spain is a viticultural mirade. After years on the sidelines of the world of fine wine, it is now a major player.

Jancis Robinson