On November 9th, our winery is offering a Special Singular Estate Tasting to celebrate the European Day of Wine Tourism. The activity offers the chance to discover and enjoy five types of wine from the various wine-growing regions and terroirs where Familia Martínez Bujanda’s wineries stand: Qualified DO Rioja, DO La Mancha and, of course, DO … [Read more...] about Finca Montepedroso celebrates the European Day of Wine Tourism with a special tasting
The visitors to wineries in Spain are mostly women who travel by car with their partners. Their average age ranges between 36 and 45 years old. They spend the night – generally two or more –, in the towns where the wineries stand, and book their accommodation online. These are the characteristics of winery visitors in Spain according to the 10th … [Read more...] about A profile of wine tourists in Spain
Solidarity is a rising value in contemporary society, and fair or responsible trade initiatives, socially responsible products or goods promoting cooperation are becoming increasingly popular. The younger generations of consumers attach importance to elements beyond the merely economic. To them, where the money goes matters when they pay for their … [Read more...] about Social responsibility in the wine industry
At a wine tasting, you learn about the characteristics of different wines. There is more than one way of tasting wines. Vertical wine tastings, mostly attended by professional wine tasters, are an interesting way of evaluating the evolution of a single wine from different vintages from the same winery. A horizontal wine tasting involves … [Read more...] about What is vertical wine tasting?
Wine lovers often find it difficult to make their way through the wine lexicon. Here we discuss the differences between two easily confused terms: varietal and single-varietal. They refer to two different types of wines. The word varietal describes a wine that is made from a dominant grape variety. For a wine to be varietally labelled, it must … [Read more...] about Varietal vs single-varietal wines