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Familia Martínez Bujanda earns international acclaim for its wines

Our customers are our best judges. It is their opinion what matters, since we make our wines especially for them. If they like our wines, our mission is accomplished. However, we also feel great when praise and renown come by wine experts. Recently, we have been acclaimed by several international experts and we feel immensely proud of our … [Read more...] about Familia Martínez Bujanda earns international acclaim for its wines

Magnum, the perfect wine bottle size for your party

If you are throwing a party or having friends over for dinner and you are more than five, then the best wine option for you is to pick a magnum. As you already know, a magnum has twice as much wine as a standard bottle, which makes it the ideal choice for groups of five or six people. One magnum enables you to have more than one glass of wine … [Read more...] about Magnum, the perfect wine bottle size for your party

A sensational harvest for Finca Valpiedra in one of the toughest years for the region of Rioja

It is hard to forget the faces of the vine-growers after a disaster such as that which took place on April 28th in La Rioja, on Saint Prudence’s Day. The frost destroyed much of the work that had been done, and seriously jeopardised the future work of hundreds of vine-growers and wineries; since the consequences of such a severe frost not only … [Read more...] about A sensational harvest for Finca Valpiedra in one of the toughest years for the region of Rioja

Fewer, but great wines from Familia Martínez Bujanda in Rueda, La Rioja and La Mancha

Working flat out, starting significantly earlier than last year, yet sooner than a normal campaign, the harvest at Familia Martínez Bujanda is almost complete in La Mancha.  At Finca Antigua, where we started with the Muscatel on August 11th, we expected to finish by the middle of September.  Harvest is now over in the Rueda region; at Finca … [Read more...] about Fewer, but great wines from Familia Martínez Bujanda in Rueda, La Rioja and La Mancha

A barrel-aged wine, please… Moving towards recognising the origin of wines

The opinion leader and “Master of Wine”, Tim Atkin, resorted to using the metaphor of the 'Sleeping lion' - a crag in the Sierra de Cantabria mountain range which takes this shape when viewed from Logroño – in order to describe the current situation of the La Rioja denomination of origin and of Spanish wine. The 'lion' is stirring and, for example, … [Read more...] about A barrel-aged wine, please… Moving towards recognising the origin of wines

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