A Complimentary, Concise and Compelling Guide to Spain

Learn all about the regions, grapes and vintages of Spain.

 


Spain, one of the world’s great wine producing countries, has an imagining problem. It’s hard to imagine how much great wine is produced there, in regions new and old! This complimentary guide, from the Wine from Spain, is the solution.

Doug Frost, Master of Wine, and the Wines from Spain have collaborated on the fantastic guidebook: Wines from Spain Far from Ordinary Wine Guide. From the great map on the inside cover, which breaks down Spain into easy to understand regions that include delineated wine producing areas, to the detailed tasting notes on specific wines, this guide is a great resource for those exploring Spanish wines.

And with a guide this complete, who wouldn’t want to explore Spanish wines? An easy to reference introduction gives you all the details on reading a Spanish wine label, and understanding the terms and varieties that make these wines uniquely Spanish. Each region is introduced through easy to follow text filled with facts and intriguing trivia, as well as gorgeous photographs. Reading through each chapter you are transported to Spain, and given the run-down on the regional wines and styles. Order yours today.

What to expect: Spain

Spanish wines run the gamut from the elegant, complex, and ageworthy reds (and whites!) of Rioja, to rich, powerful wines from less widely known regions such as Campo de Borja, Jumilla, and Montsant. Recently the beautiful, precise whites from Basque country have captured the imagination of wine drinkers world-wide, leading them to discover other exciting regions such as Bierzo, and the Ribeira Sacra, more famous for their distinctive red wines. No discussion about Spain would be complete if it didn't mention the fortified wines of Andalucia: Sherry, Malaga, and Montilla. Unique expressions of winemaking that span the range from decadently sweet to mouthwateringly crisp.

The Far from Ordinary Wine Guide is a great resource for novice and expert alike

Get Detailed Information on Specific Wines
 This Far from Ordinary Wine Guide uses specific wines to illustrate the terrific diversity that Spain offers today’s wine drinker. These wines are readily available from your local retailers, and allow you to taste along with Doug Frost MW, and learn the nuance and secrets of Spain’s greatest wines. Order your free copy today.

Find Maps, Vintage Charts, and More
Ready to set out on your own and start a journey of discovery through Spain? The maps, vintage charts, and detailed background information on each region gives you all you need to know to navigate the shelves of your local retailer. Get started by ordering this complimentary book today.


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  • Snooth User: amour
    Hand of Snooth
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    SORRY, BUT MY SPAIN COMMENT WENT UNDER BAROLO BY ACCIDENT!

    YES...I NEVER HAD MUCH IF ANY INTEREST IN THE WINES OF SPAIN.
    BUT, Never too late....after reading and imbibing of GRERORY...I do...
    Thank you GREGORY for such interesting information.
    YES.....WHITES FROM THE BASQUE.....
    such precision!
    I AM LOOKING INTO BIERZO AND RIBEIRA SACRA.

    Nov 12, 2009 at 3:58 PM


  • Snooth User: Athon
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    88567 206

    Is this a reprint, new release or dated information?

    I tried to get this book in 2008 with no luck.

    Nov 12, 2009 at 11:26 PM


  • Snooth User: Philip James
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    I think its a reprint. There is no 2009 edition, although I believe there will be a 2010 one coming next year.

    Nov 13, 2009 at 9:42 AM


  • A wonderful, colorful resource is this book! It is a pleasure paging through it for information on the Spanish wine regions and individual wineries and their wines. I keep it on my tasting table with my 3 other favorite books about wine: (i) Wine, A Scientific Exploration (2003) edited by Merton Sandler, one of the great pharmacologists of the 20th century and Roger Pinder, (ii) The Art and Science of Wine (2007) by Halliday and Johnson and (iii) the decidedly more subjective Italian Wine (1982) by Victor Hazan.

    I look forward to those quiet moments with a special wine (or even a simple, but good vino da tavola) when I can sit and simply page through any of these 4 texts. What a delight to experience the art of wine production by holding it in one hand and learning about its provenance in the other.

    Cheers!!

    Nov 14, 2009 at 2:21 PM


  • Snooth User: pirula17
    211766 3

    The link to order the free guide does not work when prompted "click to order now", at least from my pc. Is there any other way to get it, please?

    Thank you.

    Nov 15, 2009 at 8:14 PM


  • Snooth User: Philip James
    Founding Member Hand of Snooth Voice of Snooth
    1 12,549

    Here's the link: http://www.winesfromspainusa.com/WF...

    Nov 16, 2009 at 9:03 AM


  • Snooth User: roo002
    460785 44

    Thank you! This is so interesting!
    Is the 2010 version out yet?

    May 03, 2010 at 5:37 PM


  • I already read 2008 edition. When 2010 edition version release.

    Jun 02, 2010 at 6:29 AM


  • I already read 2008 edition.It is very much informative and interesting, When 2010 edition version release.
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