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Hailing from the triangular area of the province of Cádiz between Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa María in the Andalusia region of southern Spain, sherry is a unique wine in many ways. For one, it’s fortified, or infused with a spirit. Secondly, its typically a...
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Malvasía is a familiar grape name to many a wine drinker, yet one that escapes easy definition. We’ll crisscross Spain to have a closer look at the different expressions of this ubiquitous grape.   
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He is one of the leading voices in the Spanish wine world, with a resume that’s beyond impressive—the Global Beverage Buyer for Whole Foods, and one of only 269 Master Sommeliers in the world.
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Tempranillo is a diverse food-pairing wine with a similar tasting profile to Sangiovese or Cabernet Sauvignon. The name “Tempranillo” translates to “little early one” because it ripens earlier than most other major red varieties, such as Garnacha, Monastrell or Cariñena. 
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Ask the average wine drinker to define sherry, and you’ve set an unfair task. Wines from Spain is here to help. Keep reading for a primer on the five styles of dry sherry that form the foundation of Spain’s most famous fortified drink.  
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