A couple of weeks ago we all attended the Great Match Wine and Tapas tasting held by the Trade Commission of Spain here in New York. There were over 50 tables manned by importers and wineries, touting some 400 or so wines. I do believe there was food there too, but not one of us even remembered that once we were inside. For us, it was all business (i.e. wine).
We made it through 100 or so wines, lots of Albarino, Sherry, and of course Tempranillo. Over the coming weeks will be reviewing each and every one in our Snooth accounts.
Part of a 5 city tour, Great Match , visited Seattle, LA, NYC and Chicago and is coming to Miami on November 8th. New York was the only one that had a consumer event to follow. Pricy, at $75 or so, but possibly worth it if yore a die hard fan of Spanish wines.
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