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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  • Wanting to refresh my memory on certain French vintages in the Rhône Valley I came across (as I often do) the Robert Parker Vintage Chart.  Parker includes vintages from 1970 through 2010 on his website and scores them on the usual 100 point scale.  He claims that scores of 70-79 are "average" while those of 80-89 are "above average to excellent... Read More

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  • Hi I don't know much about wine and am looking to purchase wine from 1964 for a special gift.  I looked at various reputable sites but it is impossible to tell what could be good for the value. How is Castrijo Gran Reserva 1964?  It sounded good and was decently priced, found while researching online, from a reputable wine store, but having not ... Read More

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  • Hi everyone,I've been a member of Snooth for a while now, but I've just been shy to introduce myself and such. My first exposure to wine was almost 14 years ago, when my mother let me have a sip of her then-favorite Shiraz (Wyndham Estates Bin 555) - one reason why Syrah and Shiraz varieties are very dear to me.I started properly acquiring wine ... Read More

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  • Sadly I did Not. I had a busy weekend that involved wine, but sadly that was mostly inventorying, packing, and moving wine around the state of NY! Got about a dozen cases moved closer to home, so now I'm pretty well set for the next few months of drinking! Next bottle up looks like it might very well be 1987 Dunn Napa Valley. Funny how Dunn was ... Read More

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  • Interesting article from NPR: http://www.npr.org/2012/01/29/146006314/to-stay-afloat-spanish-winemakers-export-abroad  Judging from the crowds in Spain's tapas bars, you might wonder where the economic crisis is. But there's been a subtle change. Many are drinking less wine or switching to beer.EnlargeAhn Young-joon/APImported Spanish wine is di... Read More

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  • Hi, a good friend will be at SanFrancisco next days, we have shared thousands of good bottles and we have plan to use this work travel to find (and buy) some good wines from California. We are not into California wines, just know and taste some world famous names like Mondavi. I'm asking u some advices about really good bottles, price is not a b... Read More

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  • I've recently discovered my interest in wine since turning 21, and I've been learning some of the lingo through this great site.  I'm about to graduate from college in May, and I hope to leave my days of Franzia and refrigerated Yellow Tail out of a solo cup behind.I have a lot to learn, but I just wanted some input from you on how to become a w... Read More

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  • That's what i'm going to uncork tomorrow. • Marguet - Champagne Blanc de Noir (100% pinot noir) Brut s.a.• Tocai 1994 - Kabaj Morel (Slovenia)• Calabrone 2007 - Bastianich (yes it's Joe Bastianich winery, just 10 miles from home) blend of Refosco 70%, Schippettino/Pignolo/Merlot 10%• Moscato d'Autunno 2010 - Saracco (Piedmont) What's yours?Happy... Read More

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  • I am about to open a Wine Store and I am at that point where almost all of the Predictable wines have been ordered.  Some of these wines are very good, nothing wrong with being on every other wine store.  However, I would love to be able to offer to my clients wines that are perhaps made on smaller quantities but of very good quality and both, a... Read More

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  • I recently heard that in addition to its contribution to the flavor and complexity of wines, that oak was also an effective anti-oxidant, helping the wine to age gracefully for longer periods of time. Also, that sediment in older wines had to do with the oak.It prompted me to search for some additional articles or info on oak. Found this random ... Read More

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