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The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Magrama) is to distill 4 million hl of wine over the next few weeks, enough to fill 533 million bottles, to make way for the 2014...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. Even Rafael del Rey, the general director of the official Observatorio Español del Mercado del Vino, described it...

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I say, I say, I say. What do you get if you cross wine labels, Argentina, Spain and articles 32(1), 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40(2)(c) and 42(1) of European Commission Council Regulation 607/2009?...

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See this guide to our autumn collections . The well over 200 wines below are presented with Spain first and then Portugal, and within each country divided by colour and in descending score...

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See our guide to this week's comprehensive stock take on the extent of organic and biodynamic viticulture in the world today. See also this relevant thread on our forum. Monty Waldin...

See  Our collected works - a guide .   There are almost as many wines reviewed in this collection as in yesterday's from the southern hemisphere . Spain, after all, is one of the...

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We asked Ferran Centelles , our new Spanish specialist, to begin by surveying the state of wine in Spain today. Twenty years ago Spanish people used to drink an average of 32 litres...

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If the word for 2011 in Spain was 'dry', for 2012 it's 'short'. Or maybe 'dry' too. Or could it be 'weird'? I even heard some stronger words that I should not reproduce here, so I can tell you...

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Unfortunately the six-letter word we hear most frequently about Spain lately is 'crisis'. The news is certainly not good, and many are suffering, businesses as well as individuals. Unemployment...

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See Luis' tour of offbeat Spain - a guide I've tried to take you off the beaten path of Spanish wines, and have introduced you to Xarello from Penedès, Atlantic reds from the...

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See our Guide to Luis' tour of offbeat Spain . Gredos is not an appellation. It is a mountain range, spread across three appellations (two DOs, Vinos de Madrid and Méntrida, and the regional...

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For the past few weeks we've been publishing revealing articles about the lesser known treasures of Spain that are much loved and recommended by our Spanish specialist Luis Gutiérrez . Here is a...

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See our Guide to Luis' tour of offbeat Spain . Monastrell is a native red Spanish variety, found mainly around the Mediterranean coast, as it originates in Alicante. From there it travelled to...

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See our Guide to Luis' tour of offbeat Spain . Spain is predominantly a red wine country, at least in the minds of most. Albariño from Rías Baixas and Rueda are the two whites that...

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See our Guide to Luis' tour of offbeat Spain . In Spain it used to be simple: the cool, damp north produced white wines, while the warmer and drier south produced reds. But times are a-changin'...

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