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Ribera del Duero is no place for the timid. The climate is extreme. The conditions difficult. The growing season short. But in the hands of Spain’s most passionate winemakers, the fruit of these vines becomes full-bodied red wines bold enough to claim the name Ribera del Duero.
Spain has great wine and great values, especially from regions that have been under the radar here in the US, and once these regions are more recognized for the quality that they offer, you can expect their notoriety and demand to grow.
Spanish producers have recently invested in making wine that combines modern skills and technology with traditional tastes.
Ana Fabiano's new book tells us the stories of this classic region, plus introduces us to its winemakers.
I’ve always felt the best wine writers are not those who give ratings or who get hung up in the pedigrees of classic vintages or who clog your brain with details as though they were studying for their sommelier exams. The best wine writers are those who tell interesting stories, give great word pictures of places and people you may not have seen and who explain with some imagination how t
A conversation with Vidal-Fleury's Guy Sarton du Jonchay.
Guy Sarton du Jonchay, managing director of the Rhone’s Vidal-Fleury wine concern, was in United States recently, and, although schedule conflicts prevented me from tasting wines with him, we were able to speak by phone.