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Articles tagged with Tempranillo

  • Rioja Wines are Brimming with Value

    Rioja remains one of the very last bastions of value when it comes to traditionally styled wines. However, it offers consumers considerably more than that:...


  • La Mancha's 2012 U.S. Road Shows

    Among vines and windmills...…the sun sets across a plain in La Mancha (Spain). It’s a place whose name escapes me, but a winemaking tradition continues...


  • Top Picks for Thanksgiving Tempranillo

    After tasting literally hundreds of Tempranillo-based wines over the past month or so, I’ve settled on a varied list to recommend as my top picks for...


  • Rioja Gran Reserva

    When it comes to Rioja, there are no finer wines than the Gran Reservas or the rare Gran Reserva Especials. While I have mentioned that this classification...


  • Bodegas Roda Wine

    The wine world is usually going through one form of a conniption fit or another over the very real yet wonderfully vague differences that separate so-called...


  • 7 Top Rioja Wines

    As the weather cools, so does my penchant for white wines. Not that I stop drinking white entirely during the winter months of course, it’s just that there...


  • California's Best Grapes

    Want to know what I really drink when it comes to domestic wines? The truth is a little bit of everything, but I really do love my Zins and Petite Sirahs....


  • Rocking it with Roda

    Bodegas Roda is a new addition to the Rioja landscape. Nestled in the Alta Rioja among many grand old Bodegas, Mario Rottlant and Carmen Daurella had a...


  • Cabernet in the Mix

    France’s Bordeaux region is considered the birthplace of Cabernet Sauvignon, but it is also the birthplace of Cabernet based blends. The acceptance of...


  • Tempranillo - Back to the Basics

    After last week’s lopsided report on Tempranillo I though we needed to refocus ourselves on some of the great regions in Spain that have made Tempranillo...


  • The many faces of Tempranillo

    Have you ever noticed how much of California looks and feels a lot more like Spain, as opposed to say, Burgundy or Bordeaux? They both tend to be dry, hot,...


  • Cameron Hughes - Amazing Wines, Amazing Value

    The classic model for wine sales includes not only the private domains, but also the often neglected negociant. Simply put a negociant buys wine to be resold...


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