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With fewer than 2,000 hectares of vineyards, it’s no wonder that little wine leaves Mallorca. This explains in part why you may have never heard of Manto Negro, Callet, or Prensal Blanc (aka Moll), let alone the more sparsely planted Fogoneu, Gorgollasa, or Giró Ros. 
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As we explored in a previous article Spain is home to the highest altitude vines in Europe. Altitude is a key factor in terms of concentrating color, tannin and aroma in wines, as well as preserving acidity. But Spain’s high altitude terroirs vary greatly from windswept plains to steep, rocky...
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As temperatures rise, altitude has become a hot topic in the wine world. We explore the importance of altitude before taking a tour of some of Spain’s highest vineyards. 
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In a previous article titled the ABCs of Sherry, Wines from Spain provided an overview of the Manzanilla and Fino fortified wines, which we hope will serve as a primer for the single-subject articles that we’ll begin here.  
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This report is a copy of an article originally published on the Estonian Sommelier Association’s website. Kristjan Markii, the director of that organization and a wine journalist, participated in a trip organized by Wines from Spain and the Spanish Economic and Commercial Office in Helsinki to DO...
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