The Spanish Table

510 548 1383 1814 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94702
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The Spanish Table specializes in wines from Spain, Portugal and Argentina. We also have a large selection of rare Vintage Ports, Madeiras and Sherry. In addition to our wine website, we also have four retail shops throughout the United States where we specialize in foods, wines and cookware from the Iberian Peninsula. The Spanish Table came into being in 1995 to help pass on our love of the Iberian Peninsula. The wine website is the online resource for wines from the Iberian Peninsula. We have one of the largest selections of Spanish wine in the US along with an extensive selection of Madeira, Sherry and Port. Everything from great values to some of Spain and Portugal’s rarest and hardest to find wines. We also have an extensive collection of wines from Argentina and Chile. The Berkeley store opened in 2001 and was the second location of The Spanish Table. Our Bay Area location adds an Iberian flair to Berkeley's rich International Marketplace District. Easy to find from I-80 and BART, we are located between Hearst and Delaware, just north of University Ave. Street parking is plentiful.

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  • Trying to recall a conversation we had a little while ago on this subject.Whats the most widely planted (acreage) and produced (bottles) red grape in CA, U.S., and worldwide?I seem to recall a Snooth article mentioning Grenache as the most widely planted red grape worldwide, but that was some years ago. I'm assuming it's Chardonnay for white? Read More

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  • If you can include French, you can get your distributor's rep to bring some Cotes du Rhone and some Bordeaux and somewhere in there, you can find something good for under $15, definitely under $20--maybe even a village-level Cotes du Rhone like a Cairanne or Seguret; you can also get some Languedocs and other things, but you need to taste them a... Read More

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  • Hi everybody I'm a small store owner at the edge of the rust belt, my customers rarely spend over $20 for a bottle, and I am looking to improve my selection a bit beyond what is here now. If you have a minute to help a guy out let me know what you think are the best wines that usually sell for $20 or less. Thanks ! Read More

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  • Geez, they have so many wines (and labels)! Hard to find the sangiovese amongst them. Still looking for the 'tack room sink' blend in lieu of any kitchen sink down cowboy way. Should find it soon among the dozens on multiple pages, probably with a little liniment thrown in like the Greeks use pine resin. Somehow feel like I need my 12 gauge and ... Read More

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  • Ok, new year and time for a new topic of discussion.  Just yesterday I opened this Pinot Noir from California that initially sounded promising.  First  - it was given to Sandra as a retirement gift so it was free.  Second - a Pinot Noir bottled in St. Helena CA, so it has to be decent, right? and Third - a nice looking label.  Well, this 2014 Me... Read More

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  • I'll be in Germany next week, and once I arrive I plan to drag my jet-lagged self to Alsace, France to tour a few wineries there (a couple hours from Frankfurt). BUT- I'm not really into white wines as much as reds, though I don't mind Gewurtzraminer and Dry Riesling.But I am thinking of taking a day off toward the end of the week. I can get pre... Read More

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  • Hello wine lovers. Im a newby. I find that I love a Mendoza Malbec  like its oxygen and Nineteen Crimes cab is to die for ( althouth not in the way some of the criminals may have in route to australia) . I also am enjoying some less complex but well balanced red blends like Apothic. My favorite malbec so far is Alamos and Cigar Box is pretty nic... Read More

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  • Last night (technically the weekend in my book) we were at The Kennedy Center again, this time to see 'Latin Heat'.  This was a Washington Ballet performance and quite entertaining if you are into the dance moves they were doing - Salsa, Tango and things of this nature.  I was a bit tired for the first half, because we had quite a bit of wine at... Read More

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  • Dessert wines are often saved for the winter holidays when we tend to linger at the table with our family and friends, but summer brings its own set of celebrations that are perfect for opening a bottle of something sweet. As the days lengthen and temperatures rise, it's a perfect time to head outdoors for a picnic, barbeque or dinner party on t... Read More

    From the article The Sweet Taste of Summer


  • One case where retsina worked just fine, even far away from the eastern Mediterranean. Have probably had 3 or 4 dozen different retsina bottlings, and a few of them were exceedingly fine. Light on the pine tar, judicious on the oak. 206700 Reply by dmcker, Feb 20, 2010. EditLast night I was at a Greek restaurant for a going away party, which was... Read More

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