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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  •  Vieiras-Scallops, with red wine: Why not? When you have a nice table at town, near the old lands of grapes, you cant remember nothing beyond that atmosphere, the laughs of the spnish frinds, and the red wine, always the red wine in Spain, for all pourposes. The scallop with a tomatoes-olive souce, is a delicious aperitive: Here we are in Yecla ... Read More

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  • A friend and I had a regions-of-the-world tasting, and we had a Brunello that we loved (Nardi 2003).  I paid about $37 for it, but it was on sale and is more like $60-$80.  My friend has been learning more about wine recently, and was really ecstatic about this bottle.  I told her that she has expensive taste and she's going to have to spend abo... Read More

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  • El Prado Valencia 2009

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    Don't believe the hype on the wine label stating that this wine is full-bodied - definitely not a full-bodied wine. But, that's not to say the wine is bad - it is quite good for the price. Expect a light to medium wine, with a great aromatic berry flavored beginning - robust influences of strawberry and blackberry - plenty of fruit. The tanni... Read More

    Wine review by bosoxfan23


  • If you haven’t tried Texas wines made from Blanc Du Bois or Black Spanish (Lenoir), it’s high time. There has been real progress made over the past ten years in terms of determining optimal harvest and fermentation parameters for these two varietals that now allow the making a quality wines that you’d be proud to serve on any table or at any oc... Read More

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  • I have recently fell in love with wine and want to immediately put 70 or 80 bottles in the basement to forget about for 1 or 2 years, 10 to 15 years and 25+ years.#1 How does one determine what is OK to cellar and what is not?  I have looked and I have read and there doesn't seem to be a definitive answer out there.  I want to be able to not hav... Read More

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  • We're having some friends over and plan on opening a few different reds and trying to pair them appropriately.  Do you have any suggestions for pairings with a lenoir?Thank you. Read More

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  • What are the "must-have-wines" when you visit a wine bar?  Or just stuff you'd really like to see. This can become tricky with "by-the-glass" stuff, because I imagine people can become quite cautious with a glass of wine above the $12 figure. Any insights?? Read More

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  • Giribaldi San Lorenzo 2007

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    Smokey/Spicy right away with dark cherries on the back. Some fruits of the forest as well. Licorice, leather, and cloves. Quite aromatic. On the tongue it's quite spicy as well, or is it the fuet (Spanish salami but better as the Catalans say). Tart and fruity as well on the tongue. Does go well with the fuet and crackers on the table. Read More

    Wine review by WinePleasures


  • Quote from Jancis Robinson - is her address to the Wine Communicators of Australia [formerly Wine Press Club - ie Journos and Wine WritersAt the risk of subjective editing here is some grabs"Anyone can get on-line and pontificate about wine"In response to questions around the impact of on-line sites, logs, tweeters and other new age communicatio... Read More

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  • Bodegas Muga Rioja Blanco 2008

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    Can't speak for the 2008, but just had the 2009 at a Spanish influenced Tapas joint in Ashville NC (Zambra's). Was blown away. Started drinking it before the food came and knew immediately it was going to be a kick ass food wine. Lots of fun to watch the non-wine geeks at the table cringe at the first sip of what to me was an incredibly comple... Read More

    Wine review by joeypol


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