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2 October

        Chivite is one of Spain’s oldest and most respected wine producers. Founded in 1647, eleven generations have now passed on the wine-making baton at Chivite. Chivite started with vineyards in Cintruénigo, Navarra but have now spread to Rioja, …

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8 August

Rioja is a large region and, like Champagne and the Douro, is dominated by a small number of very large branded producers whose size dictates that they buy-in grapes and bulk wine from a large number of growers and cooperatives. deAlto …

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8 August

Hailing from Galicia in the North West of Spain, this family owned estate produces wines of exceptional quality from unusual grape varietals such as Treixadura, Godello and Albariño. Casal de Armán began restoring an 18th century country house in 1996 and …

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8 August

Galicia is a very individual region within Spain, with a language and culture all of its own. It is also home to arguably Spain’s greatest white grape, Albariño, which grows on the traditional pergolas all over the Rias Baixas area of …

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8 August

It turns out that people over the centuries have also fallen in love with the “first” wines of the vintage. Tradition dictates that the wine villages on the pilgrim’s trail of the Camino de Santiago would often fill the fountains in …

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8 August

Castillo del Moro wines are sourced from one of the most advanced bodegas in La Mancha and they combine the traditional varieties of the region with international varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah. Castillo del Moro represents the very best …

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