PVA Ribera del Duero

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I’m about to leave my comfort zone. Let’s face it, having a comfort zone is a bad thing for anyone that credits themselves as a student, teacher—heck, professional in any way. For me, my comfort zone was always Italy, with a little France, Germany and Napa mixed in. However, the longer I wrote about wine, the more regions I explored and now I’ve found myself off the deep end. There is more great wine out there than you or I could ever imagine. So today, I’m keeping it a little old world, yet new to me just the same, with Ribera del Duero.

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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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