Explaining Wines from Spain: Always A Safe Bet
Spanish wines are enjoying a surge in popularity in part because they’re the perfect balance between more restrained Old World wines and fruitier New World wines. From Cava to Albariño, Garnacha to Tempranillo, you can find traditional, food-friendly wines perfect for a variety of dishes, along with fruit-forward, modern styles that are enjoyable from the very first sip.
Explaining Wines from Spain: 4 Grapes to Know
Learn how to match your current wine preferences with top Spanish wine varietals, including Albariño, Verdejo, Garnacha and Tempranillo. Once you’re finished, discover many other fantastic wine grapes Spain has to offer.
Explaining Wines from Spain: Aging Red Wines
Curious what “Crianza,” “Reserva,” and “Gran Reserva” mean on your Spanish wine labels? We dive into the history of these designations and bring light to the aging process behind some of your favorite Spanish wines. This short video will answer all your questions; what are the various stages of the Crianza system? Why do we age wines in barrels? How does it affect the wine? And much more!
The Wines of Northwest of Spain
Join us as we travel through the Northwest of Spain, where you will discover the festive traditions, the verdant landscapes and unique terroir of the region, located on the Atlantic coast. We will introduce you to Northwest Spain’s well-known white wines and the great seafood pairings they offer.
The Wines of Sherry
Discover the history and heritage of winemaking from the region of Jerez, a region full of light, life and history! You will learn all about the various types of this Andalusian fortified wine, including Fino, Manzanilla, Amontillado and Oloroso, as well as its aging secrets, the result of centuries of experimentation.
The Wines of Rioja & Ribera del Duero
Let us guide you through the North of Spain and discover the wines of the Rioja and Ribera del Duero, where the Tempranillo grape dominates. As we explore the Rioja region, you will discover its historic relationship with France and the different characteristics of its three sub-regions; Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Baja. Continuing on to Ribera del Duero, you will discover how the region’s extreme climate and complex soil create structured and elegant wines.
Previewing Spain’s Great Match
Discover Spain’s Great Match, a one-of-a-kind event showcasing the huge diversity of Spanish wine, food and interiors that has become the largest Spanish cultural event in the United States. Join us every year in New York and a second American city, which this year will be celebrated in San Francisco on Nov. 15, 2016!