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“Keep an eye out for Godello.” was what the acclaimed Dutch wine writer Hubrecht Duijker intimated to me in the 1980s. Of all the wonders in Spain's treasure trove, he had singled out an unknown white grape from Galicia. It certainly raised my interest. Time had come to investigate and see what...
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There is perhaps nothing so Spanish as an aperitif of vermouth – unless it’s a glass of Manzanilla, Amontillado or another dry Sherry. Put these two concepts together and what do you get? Vermut de Jerez, of course!
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The versatility of Spanish gastronomy and cuisine is limitless. By pushing boundaries and exploiting creativity, Spanish chef Gonzalo Baró was able to create the first book ever of Spanish recipes for vegans. Discover what vegan Spain tastes like in this interview.
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The 9th International Symposium of Masters of Wine, held at the Rioja Forum from June 14 to 16, brought to Logroño a large number of leading influencers from the world of wine. The congress featured a wide-ranging program in which Spain was present every day. 400 people, moving approximately 5,000...
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Every year, Spanish Wine Week descends on Ireland, bringing with it a wealth of opportunities to delve into the world of Spanish winemaking, wine regions, grape varieties and styles. We interviewed a few of the key players in making this event a success, including celebrated Irish sommelier Ian...
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