PVA Ribera del Duero

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From one wine tasting to the next, our group of wine writers that gathered in New York City last month, for the Snooth People’s Voice Wine Awards, were lucky enough to be a part of several wine tasting Master Classes that focused on different wine regions around the world.  As it just so commonly happens, wherever there is good wine, there is good food. For the Ribera del Duero tasting, we not only tried some stellar Spanish wine, but the food was right on par with the wine at New York’s Spanish-centric restaurant, Salinas.  If we could have added a touch of salty sea spray into the air, I would have thought I was back in Barcelona – one of my favorite cities in the world.

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  • Snooth User: UriGillan
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    I have just been in Spain on a Wine Tour at Ribera del Duero and Rioja. I was surprised to see how the Ribera del duero's wines are so different and unlike Rioja wines, altough they are Temperabillo based as well.

    May 04, 2013 at 12:24 PM

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