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International Albariño Day Celebrates an Underappreciated Variety

A little longer than 11 years ago in this blog, we asked the question, “Will Albariño be the next big thing in wine?” It had been a big thing in the Rias Baixas region of Galicia in Spain for generations.

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Posted in Wine in the Glass

Lightly Sweet Wines & Pairings for Soda Fans

“Do you like Pepsi?” That’s an easy question for someone to answer, presuming they’ve tasted the soft drink. Some may answer in the affirmative, others may say they prefer Coca-Cola, and still others may say they avoid soft drinks altogether.

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Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Seeing Red: A Varietal Struggle in Ribera del Duero

A great deal of red tape must be cut through to make possible the making of white wines in the Ribera del Duero growing region of Spain. But, according to this report from Decanter, that process has begun. To clarify,

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Posted in The Wine Business
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