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  • Ferran Centelles
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  • Ferran Centelles
22 Aug 2016

The general reputation of Spanish wines is that they are great value, though this does not make me feel at all proud, especially after a recent conversation with Professor Fernando Martinez de Toda, PhD in viticulture and top researcher in the Vine and Wine Science Institute in La Rioja (ICVV).

Fernando told me of his concerns and gave me…