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The quintessential Spanish red grape Garnacha is a key component of some of Spain's most lauded wine blends. It is also the rallying cry of wine makers across several Spanish denominations of origins who are intent on preserving this historic red grape. 
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Around 650 brands of beer and 441 beer-making facilities gives an indication of the dizzy heights reached by the artisan or craft beer industry in Spain, which already accounts for over 1% of sales volumes and slightly less in terms of production, but the trend is upwards. 
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Just as Galicia's climate varies from the warm and wet coasts to the drier, inland areas, and its rich gastronomy varies accordingly, the region's wines offer more than the lively (and excellent) whites that are so often associated with this part of Spain. Though lesser known, this region of...
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The first winery owned by Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España (CVNE) was founded in 1879 by the brothers Real de Asúa in Barrio de la Estación de Haro. The original small installation has expanded to 22 buildings today. CVNE launched its Viña Real brand in 1920 and was one of the first wineries...
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Spanish Cava continues to show consumers that it is driven by more than just quantity, but also quality, as evidenced by the recent launch of the Cava classification "Qualified Single Estate Cava", the new, top-tier category for this sparkling Spanish wine.
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